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  • proper n. A coastal town in Essex, England

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Examples

  • HARWICH - A Harwich woman and her husband have been charged with stealing from an elderly man she was supposed to be taking care of, according to

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  • HARWICH - For the Harwich Police Department, the move from its old, antiquated building into its newly constructed quarters next door was only a matter of steps, but the distance between the Public Safety Committee recommendation to replace the 1960-era police station and the completion of the state-of-the-art public safety facility was a seven-year journey that was traveled by retired engineer and Harwich resident Ray Jefferson.

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  • Addison Doane Nickerson was born two years after his future business partner, on December 12, 1867, in Harwich, Massachusetts, located at the far end of Cape Cod.

    2010 February « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • "Some haven't played for three weeks when they start here," he said as he sat behind home plate one chilly night in Harwich.

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  • At Sahquatucket, alias Harwich, 14 families, to whom Manesseh preaches.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • York, where we all met, and there was the King also; and all our discourse was about fortifying of the Medway and Harwich, which is to be entrenched quite round, and Portsmouth: and here they advised with Sir Godfry Lloyd and Sir Bernard de Gum, the two great engineers, and had the plates drawn before them; and indeed all their care they now take is to fortify themselves, and are not ashamed of it: for when by and by my Lord

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 51: March 1666-67

  • Ships built at shipyards on the Thames and elsewhere, such as Harwich in the east and Holyhead in the west, came to the City Canal to have their machinery installed.

    Early Steam Ships and the City Canal

  • -- some hours must elapse before Yada could possibly get a train for Dover, or Folkstone, or Newhaven, or the shortest way across, or to any other ports such as Harwich or Southampton, by a longer route.

    The Orange-Yellow Diamond

  • Then she started the car again, drove to Harwich and took the ferry to Hamburg, from where, coaxing the Mini through deep snow, she arrived in Berlin.

    British artists flock to set up home in liberating Berlin

  • She lives in Hertfordshire, near her first constituency of Hitchin not, as we said, Harwich.

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