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Scarborough (ˈskɑːbrə Pronunciation for Scarborough



  1. a fishing port and resort in NE England, in North Yorkshire on the North Sea: developed as a spa after 1660; ruined 12th-century castle. Pop: 38 364 (2001)

Example Sentences Including 'Scarborough'

A mere stroll through Scarborough Grace Hospital's halls March 16 or later has made them subject to a 10-day quarantine.
Globe and Mail (2003)
By the time I escaped, I knew more than I could ever have dreamed possible about the inhabitants of Scarborough Walk.
Val McDermid KICK BACK (2002)
March 13: Mrs. Kwan's son Tse Chi Kwai, 44, dies of SARS at Toronto's Scarborough Grace Hospital.
Globe and Mail (2003)
That autumn I ended up at Scarborough Technical College, on the edge of my father's diocese.
Jon Snow SHOOTING HISTORY: A Personal Journey (2004)
The remaining three members decided to head to Scarborough without him and make their slot at the Scarborough Festival.
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
The whole thing reminded Banks of long ago childhood holidays at Great Yarmouth, Blackpool or Scarborough.
Peter Robinson AFTERMATH (2001)
When I was seventeen I was still going to Scarborough with my parents.
Kate Cann SEX (2001)


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