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  • n. Plural form of seafront.

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Examples

  • Many of those – I am one – who went to Port Talbot to see Michael Sheen's Passion feel that it alone would justify the artistic director John E McGrath's policy of a theatre which roams throughout the principality, performing in miners' clubs, shooting range and seafronts.

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  • On the other hand, you might prefer to believe that all the posturing from the politicians is about as genuine as the drama enacted in those little tents on the seafronts.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Train tracks snake their way through the most remarkable scenery and equally astonishing feats of architectural engineering, alternately teetering on the edges of cliffs or seafronts then charging deep underground or high above valleys and across estuaries.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • But building plants on seafronts, where cold water is abundant, may be less attractive because of storms and rising sea levels linked to climate change.

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  • Witness the amazing properties of our BlackD ®© that absorbs oil from water and is easily removed.www. blackd.co.uk Black D ®© is non toxic and environmentally friendly and does not adhere to sand or rocks - Protecting wildlife and seafronts etc.

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  • (November 11) creating the world's only legislation protecting British seafronts.

    edie.net - Latest News

  • The scheme aims to help seaside communities create jobs, improve seafronts and preserve historic buildings.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • I couldn't remember that much about it, but they seem to have the whole seafront thing sewn up a bit better than most other seafronts in the country.

    Things that strike me

  • So imagine her horror a couple of days later when she discovered the flimsy swimsuit was actually attracting admiring glances from sunbathing fellas as she discreetly paraded up and down one of the world's most famous seafronts.

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  • Giant waves and vicious winds lashed the seafronts in Lyme Regis,

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