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Weymouth

(ˈweɪməθ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in S England, in Dorset on the English Channel: formerly part of the borough of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. Pop (with Melcombe Regis): 48 279 (2001)
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Wey•mouth

(ˈweɪ məθ)

n.
a town in E Massachusetts, S of Boston. 55,601.
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The next morning we went on deck and saw the most perfect little port of Weymouth, England. There were green fields surrounding our convoy on three sides.
The 22-year-old Kontides won Cyprus' first medal at an Olympics when he took the silver in sailing's laser class in Weymouth, England.
At the final qualifier, which takes place in May at the Olympic venue in Weymouth, England, they will compete against three other U.S.
Rescheduling The Clagett from its traditional late-August dates will provide North American competitors with another training and competition event prior to the Paralympic Regatta, which takes place the first week of September in Weymouth, England.
According to Paul's official biography, he is two and a half years old and was caught off the coast of Weymouth, England, before he was moved to his present home, the Sea Life aquarium in Oberhausen.