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Egham

/ˈɛɡəm/
noun
1.
a town in S England, in N Surrey on the River Thames. Pop: 27 666 (2001)
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  • At Bishopsgate, near egham, she has what is without doubt the finest cattery.

    Concerning Cats Helen M. Winslow
  • Most unexpected, the mystery come out one day at egham Races.

    A House to Let Charles Dickens
  • egham may have once had attractions, but they have nearly all disappeared.

  • She was a beautifull woman, as appeares by her monument at egham.

  • A dull change this from the green meads of egham or the slopes of Richmond.

    Surrey A.R. Hope Moncrieff
  • Amongst the colony at egham there was an ex-naval officer of the name of Cournet.

    Remarkable Rogues

    Charles Kingston
  • Most unexpected, the mystery came out one day at egham races.

  • We met in the same room at egham, but poor Percy was not in his usual spirits.

    Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters

    William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh
  • There are not less than twenty stages now at rest in egham, and the water still rising.

  • As the hero of the duel at egham and the subsequent trial at Kingston, he was already something of a celebrity.

    Remarkable Rogues

    Charles Kingston

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