Ipswich

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Ips·wich

 (ĭp′swĭch′)
A borough of eastern England near the North Sea northeast of London. It was a commercial and pottery-making center from the 7th to the 12th century and was later (16th century) important in the woolen trade.
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Ipswich

(ˈɪpswɪtʃ)
n
(Placename) a town in E England, administrative centre of Suffolk, a port at the head of the Orwell estuary: financial services, telecommunications. Pop: 138 718 (2001)
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Ips•wich

(ˈɪp swɪtʃ)

n.
a city in SE Suffolk, in E England. 116,500.
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