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Cape Bret·on Island(brĕt′n, brĭt′n)
An island forming the northeast part of Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Cape Breton Island
(Placename) an island off SE Canada, in NE Nova Scotia, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Canso: its easternmost point is Cape Breton. Pop: 132 298 (2006). Area: 10 280 sq km (3970 sq miles)
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|Noun||1.||Cape Breton Island - an island that forms the northeastern part of Nova Scotia|
Nova Scotia - the Canadian province in the Maritimes consisting of the Nova Scotia peninsula and Cape Breton Island; French settlers who called the area Acadia were exiled to Louisiana by the British in the 1750s and their descendants are know as Cajuns
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