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  • n. Plural form of showground.


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  • A scant hour before the three men came to the "showgrounds" their quarry arrived there.

    The Rose in the Ring

  • Arriving children gather at the Musina 'showgrounds', a dusty space in the centre of town, along with thousands of other asylum seekers.


  • During a January 2009 visit, UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman talks with a Zimbabwean mother and her young child at the 'showgrounds' in the South African border town of Musina.


  • We made the most of truck stops, showgrounds, and just about anywhere else you could park a bus and not get a ticket.

    True Spirit

  • Back in December, when it seems that Zimbabwe was at the height of the Cholera outbreak, a good number of aid agencies and organizations from South Africa and the world set up information/aid stations and tables at the showgrounds on the edge of town.

    Musina, Musina

  • When Keri and I drove by the showgrounds, I only saw one tent up.. the one belonging to Doctors Without Borders.

    Musina, Musina

  • Lenz, about forty of the many thousands of children were “youths in wheelchairs who were physically unable to leave the showgrounds even if they found the show was in bad taste.”

    Last Words

  • A dehydration centre had been established at the showgrounds in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • WE buried her in the churchyard near the showgrounds.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • His appetite hadn™t been as healthy as usual since we™d arrived at the showgrounds, but the vet had checked him over and found nothing wrong.

    Ms Longshot


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