Pamlico Sound

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Pam·li·co Sound

 (păm′lĭ-kō′)
An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between the eastern coast of North Carolina and the Outer Banks.

Pamlico Sound

(ˈpæmlɪkəʊ)
n
(Placename) an inlet of the Atlantic between the E coast of North Carolina and its chain of offshore islands. Length: 130 km (80 miles)

Pam′li•co Sound′

(ˈpæm lɪˌkoʊ)
n.
a sound between the North Carolina mainland and coastal islands.
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Conor Boyce, solicitor for the Turf Club, said the case in relation to O'Mara was he had given false and misleading evidence at the first hearing of the matter by the committee on January 23, 2012, when the trainer outlined his version of events at Down Royal, including the circumstances that led to O'Donnell and another man, John McSweeney, transporting the O'Mara-trained Pimlico Sound to the meeting.
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