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Scar·bor·ough(skär′bûr′ō, -bŭr′ō, -bər-ə)
A town of northeast England on the North Sea north of Hull. Site of a Bronze Age village and a fourth-century ad Roman signaling tower, it is a noted seaside resort.
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(Placename) a fishing port and resort in NE England, in North Yorkshire on the North Sea: developed as a spa after 1660; ruined 12th-century castle. Pop: 38 364 (2001)
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Scar•bor•ough(ˈskɑrˌbɜr oʊ, -ˌbʌr oʊ, -bər ə)
a seaport in North Yorkshire, in NE England. 108,700.
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