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  • If even Kep gets to be too much, escape to Koh Tonsay, also called Rabbit Island, five kilometers off the coast.

    Kep to Yourself 2010

  • Koh Tonsay, also called Rabbit Island, lies five kilometers off the coast, and once served as a prison.

    New Horizons 2010

  • To his death Matt's dad would not say the word pig, it was always a gissy, and there is an island off the coast in the Newcastle UK area which was called Rabbit Island by the fisherman, its true name was Pig Island.

    Inhouse mystery Glenda Larke 2008

  • At length we doubled a low shrubby islet, called Rabbit Island, subjected alternately to the sun and to the waves, as desolate as if it lay some leagues within the icy sea, and found ourselves in a narrower part of the river, near the sheds and yards for picking the stone known as the Chelmsford granite, which is quarried in Westford and the neighboring towns.

    A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers 1849

  • For birds and monk seals, Mānana, aka Rabbit Island, is an important sanctuary.

    SFGate: Top News Stories 2009

  • Koh Tonsay, or Rabbit Island, five kilometers out, offers a back-to-basics beach experience

    New Horizons 2010

  • One of our monitors lay beside Rabbit Island and was throwing her 14-inch shells at a ridge on the Dardanelles beyond Kum Kale, where we know "Asiatic Annie" and her sisters live.

    The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde" George Davidson

  • In any thing like decent weather it is not bad fun to get down to Vourlah for a time, and to fly from the gaieties of the metropolis to the pleasures of the _chasse_ at Rabbit Island.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 380, June, 1847 Various

  • It was mid-forenoon when they reached Rabbit Island -- a small wooded island where the passing dog drivers always stop in winter to make tea and snatch a mouthful of hard biscuit while the dogs have a half hour's rest.

    Ungava Bob A Winter's Tale Dillon Wallace 1901

  • Bill's prophecy as to the wind proved a true one, and in the half hour while they were at their luncheon so good a breeze had sprang up that when they left Rabbit Island both sails were hoisted.

    Ungava Bob A Winter's Tale Dillon Wallace 1901


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