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  • proper noun A town in Hampshire, England, next to Portsmouth

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Examples

  • Gosport is a spiffing name but Gosport Tories has that nautical air to it.

    Do the Tories only say what they really think when they think nobody can hear them ?

  • The device is currently under testing in Gosport, UK and Checkmate Seaenergy hopes to bring it to market by 2014.

    Boing Boing

  • A quick check of Liberal Democrat councillors in Gosport found that 5 of the 9 (including the current Mayor of Gosport) are West Ham supporters.

    Anthology of Canvassing Anecdotes No 94

  • I was brought up in Gosport, a mile away, and used to go to Lee at low tide to collect shark's teeth from the Eocene exposures.

    Little-England-on-the-Solent

  • I was brought up in Gosport, a mile away, and used to go to Lee at low tide to collect shark's teeth from the Eocene exposures.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • On his twenty-first birthday, his father, who had sympathized with his admiration for Turner enough to buy two pictures -- the "Richmond Bridge" and the "Gosport" -- for their Herne Hill drawing-room, now gave him a picture all to himself for his new rooms in St. Aldate's -- the

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • Like those signs that were put up in Gosport that say “Free sat nav. [to the thief if you leave yours on display] “, I think this says everything about what is wrong with policing in our country.

    What A Bunch Of Plonkers « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The investigation, at Bedenham Primary School in Gosport, Hants, has angered Rocky’s parents.

    4-Year-Old Boy Racist? | Impact Lab

  • Will and I used to go find them along overgrown canals when we lived in Gosport (well, I used to go find them.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • The idea had previously passed through one phase of greater change, in his drawing of "Gosport" for the England, in which, while the sky of the

    The Harbours of England

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