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Cymraeg: Tref yn Swydd Gorllewin Efrog yw Heckmondwike (a elwir weithiau yn lleol yn Hecky). Mae gan y dref boblogaeth o dros 11 mil.
English: Heckmondwike (pronounced to rhyme with "like", and known locally by its nickname, Hecky) is a small town in the metropolitan borough of Kirklees, which is located geographically at the centre of West Yorkshire, England, south west of Leeds. Close to Cleckheaton and Liversedge, it is part of Cleckheckmondsedge, a name invented by J.B. Priestley to represent a West Riding mill town. It is currently in the Dewsbury parliamentary constituency, apart from the Stubley estate area and Gomersal Road, which are in Batley and Spen, but will be entirely within the latter at the next election. It has a population of 11,291.
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Italiano: Heckmondwike è un paese di 11.069 abitanti della contea del West Yorkshire, in Inghilterra.
Nederlands: Heckmondwike is een plaats in het bestuurlijke gebied Kirklees, in het Engelse graafschap West Yorkshire. De plaats telt 11, 069 inwoners.


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