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Lyme Regis

(laɪm ˈriːdʒɪs)
n
(Placename) a resort in S England, in Dorset, on the English Channel: noted for finds of prehistoric fossils. Pop: 4406 (2001)
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Similarly, the first guidebook dedicated to Lyme Regis (and the text that inspired Roberts's own History of Lyme Regis), the 1817 Picture of Lyme Regis, and Environs by M.
Chevalier's writing also evokes the atmosphere of a small, outof-the-way village (Lyme Regis) as one of its less-respected citizens is suddenly the object of attention from rich and famous visitors.