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  • proper n. A town in Suffolk, England


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  • Britten was born in Lowestoft on 22 November 1913.

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  • Except the Bedford at Brighton, the said Royal Hotel at Lowestoft is the most luxurious establishment in her Majesty's dominions, and assuredly in the work I mean to publish by and by upon the hotels and inns of England, of which my peregrinations through all parts of the land have afforded me a vast and various experience, I shall certainly award it a distinguished and honorable position.

    Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters

  • But it can indeed be the province of the purist, he warns, which is why he buys from different sources: "The Manx is quite dark and intense, while the Lowestoft is a more laid-back kipper."

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  • • If you can help please call Lowestoft police on 01986 835300.

    Lowestoft Journal - Ten-year-old girl accosted in Lowestoft

  • The du Lac Sevres and the Trevenna George II plate were out; so was the van der Luyden "Lowestoft" (East India Company) and the

    The Age of Innocence

  • "Lowestoft" in the cabinets, the Copley portraits of remote connections on the walls, the bits of Chippendale and Hepplewhite that had belonged to the grandfather who built Tory Hill -- all of them took on now a kind of personality, as with living look and utterance.

    The Street Called Straight

  • 'permanent flush' and his passion for gadgets (he 'has made a penknife and magnifying glass combined'), turns over the course of three or four letters into 'Lowestoft', a poignant creation whose frugal life of cheese sandwiches and Fleet Street digs conceal a longing for travel to the South Seas.

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  • A Suffolk County Council spokesman said: "We welcome all support in achieving the sixth form college for Lowestoft which is vital to improving education achievement in the area.

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  • Stockport council is cutting its school patrol budget by a third and in Lowestoft, lollipop men and women demonstrated earlier this month against Suffolk council's proposal to abolish its school lollipop crossing service, with the loss of 62 jobs, to save £174,000 a year.

    From Dorset to Fife, Britain's lollipop army is mobilised to fight to save jobs, and children's lives

  • The North Sea in a violent mood, Lowestoft, Suffolk, 2007.



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