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  • (noun): A town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620.

Plymouth

Plymouth i/ˈplɪməθ/ is a city and unitary authority area on the south coast of Devon, England, about 190 miles (310 km) south-west of London. It is situated between the mouths of the rivers Plym to the east and Tamar to the west, where they join Plymouth Sound. Since 1967, the City of Plymouth has included the suburbs of Plympton and Plymstock, which are on the east side of the River Plym.

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Cawsand
... Cawsand overlooks Plymouth Sound and adjoins Kingsand, formerly on the border of Devon and Cornwall (the border has since been moved and is the River Tamar) ... are frequent bus and ferry services to the city of Plymouth which is three miles to the north across Plymouth Sound ... in the summer from Cawsand beach to Plymouth Hoe ...
Plymouth Fury
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Bradley Wright-Phillips - Football Career - Plymouth Argyle
... On 15 July 2009, he signed a two-year deal with Plymouth Argyle ... In January 2010, Plymouth Argyle's manager, Paul Mariner, declared that Wright-Phillips wasn't far away from full fitness and he made his long awaited return for ... He scored his first goal for Plymouth against Bristol City on 16 March 2010 ...
Thomas Hovenden
... and settled at her father's homestead in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, outside of Philadelphia ... age of 54, along with a ten-year old girl, by a railroad locomotive at a crossing near his home in Plymouth Meeting ... A Pennsylvania state historical marker in Plymouth Meeting interprets Abolition Hall and Hovenden ...

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    In clear weather the laziest may look across the Bay as far as Plymouth at a glance, or over the Atlantic as far as human vision reaches, merely raising his eyelids; or if he is too lazy to look after all, he can hardly help hearing the ceaseless dash and roar of the breakers. The restless ocean may at any moment cast up a whale or a wrecked vessel at your feet. All the reporters in the world, the most rapid stenographers, could not report the news it brings.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)