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  • proper noun A coastal town in the Thanet borough of Kent.


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  • They say she was beset by stress and health problems after being left with no option but to take out a second mortgage for the stone-cladding repairs to make her home compliant with the Home Energy Conservation Act in Ramsgate, Kent.

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  • It seemed worthwhile sharing some photos taken by Vernon Quaintance from St. Augustine's Abbey in Ramsgate, which shows a recent Mass there in the modern form of the Roman liturgy, which was celebrated on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the monastic profession of the Very Rev. Dom Benedict Austen, OSB this past March 21st, 2009.

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  • But it's a fantastic location, and I have an enormous space in Ramsgate where I can make large sculptural pieces.

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  • [Return to the letter] 5 Septimus Brown (b. 1791), died unmarried in Ramsgate, Kent on 29 August 1828 (Iles 158).

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  • At last we found our way out of the heart of the Goodwins, and got into the deep, wide swatchway called the Ramsgate Man's Bight.

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  • In the darkness she probably sailed into what is called the Ramsgate

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  • Not that there are many other attractions in Ramsgate, which is administered by councillors more sleepy than sage.

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  • Round the outer coast only a few houseless gaps marked the spots where 'long lines of cliff, breaking, had left a chasm '-- the gaps that afterwards bore the familiar names of Ramsgate, that is to say Ruim's Gate, or' the Door of Thanet; 'Margate, that is to say, Mere Gate, the gap of the mere (Kentish for a brook),

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  • Towns across the county are twinned with others abroad, such as Ramsgate and Chimay in Belgium and Canterbury with Rheims in France, which were mainly set-up after World War Two to bring Europeans closer together.

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  • The problem has been teams promoted out of the division in recent years, such as Ramsgate, Maidstone United and Whitstable Town, have done well and avoided relegation.

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