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Great Yarmouth

(ˈjɑːməθ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in E England, in E Norfolk. Pop: 58 032 (2001)
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Great′ Yar′mouth


n.
a seaport in E Norfolk, in E England. 77,200.
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