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Little Sark

noun
1.
one of the Channel Islands, in the English Channel E of Guernsey, connected to Sark by a natural causeway.
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  • "All right," said Peter, and went on his way into Little Sark.

  • I asked her permission to accompany her, and then took her home to Little Sark.

  • He went to Little Sark last night, and he's never come home.

  • Some time our Coupée will disappear and Little Sark will be an island also.

    Pearl of Pearl Island John Oxenham
  • Queens are not common apparitions in any of the Channel Islands, and least of all in Little Sark.

    Just Sixteen. Susan Coolidge
  • Gard's isolation was brought home to him when he endeavoured to find another lodging in Little Sark.

  • But he was a Sark man, and a farmer at that, and knew little and cared less, of the habits of Little Sark.

  • All they knew was that he had been seen going down to Little Sark soon after sunset.

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