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Gisborne

[giz-bern] /ˈgɪz bərn/
noun
1.
a seaport on E North Island, in N New Zealand.
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  • Mr. Field invited Mr. Gisborne to his house in order to discuss the project.

  • His name was Guy of Gisborne, and he hailed from the borders of Lancashire.

    Robin Hood Paul Creswick
  • It was no longer she who presided at the feast, but her portrait by Gisborne, R.A.

    The Creators

    May Sinclair
  • This was in the days when Gisborne was celebrated and Tanqueray was not.

    The Creators

    May Sinclair
  • “That is Mr. Gisborne,” said he, as soon as the gentleman was past.

    The Poor Clare Elizabeth Gaskell
  • The new Gisborne building is built on the west beyond the hall.

    Cambridge Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
  • Mrs. Gisborne had been a friend of Mary Wollstonecraft and Godwin.

    Shelley John Addington Symonds
  • During this summer he saw a great deal of the Gisborne family.

    Shelley John Addington Symonds
  • He was to supply the funds, and the pecuniary profit was to be shared by the Gisborne family.

    Shelley John Addington Symonds
  • The gratitude of Mrs. Gisborne, now free from all anxiety, was touching.

    The Disentanglers Andrew Lang
British Dictionary definitions for Gisborne

Gisborne

/ˈɡɪzbən/
noun
1.
a port in N New Zealand, on E North Island on Poverty Bay. Pop: 44 900 (2004 est)
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