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  • proper n. a river in Hampshire, England.

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Examples

  • I have a very old bag (20 years) that I still use and it's called Hamble (yes I named a handbag!)

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  • All that's missing is Frank Bough, one of Benny Hill's angels and Hamble from Playschool.

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  • The Richest Man in the World's official title holder, Jack Winslow, has a plan to abolish the drizzly season of Hamble by harnessing the power of a captured dwarf sun, but everyone who opposes his project seems to wind up flash fried - from the inside!

    Jan. 12th, 2009 - Issue 0.034

  • The result was Hamble, always the least popular Play School toy.

    Former Play School presenters plead for gentler children's television

  • Because of the limited supply in restoration projects, the future is in creating new vessels and replicas of classics, says Duncan Walker, owner of Fairlie Restorations in Hamble, England, which builds yachts from classic designs from the early 1900s.

    Still Sailing: Classic Yacht Races

  • On our other side live a man called Hamble and his wife who display in their demeanour a constant long-suffering which I suspect in each other's company alone they find something of a strain.

    Excerpt: It's All Right Now by Charles Chadwick

  • Cattle-clasm has wiped out the majority of livestock, the year now inludes the months Octember and Janril, not to mention the new season of Hamble (between spring and summer).

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  • She was a Thames craft that had been on a trip to Gossingham which is not too far from the Hamble.

    Cargo of Eagles

  • They asked what I was going to do and how long I could stay, and I told them that I'd have to go for a week to Air Service Training Ltd. at Hamble and get a radio operator's licence; that was only six miles out of Southampton, so I could live at home and go out on the bus each day.

    ROUND THE BEND

  • He was at Hamble for three days, and I was out at the field each day from early in the morning till dark.

    ROUND THE BEND

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