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a town in England, on the River Derwent, administrative centre of Derbyshire: mineral springs. Pop: 11 265 (2001)
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  • You'll go and live with ill old ladies and get into that state you were in at matlock.

    The Immortal Moment May Sinclair
  • We left Oxford with regret, and proceeded to matlock, which was our next place of rest.

    Frankenstein Mary W. Shelley
  • Down at the Alcazar he found the three riders who had deserted matlock overnight.

    The Song of the Wolf Frank Mayer
  • Captain matlock was about the same size during the war that he is now.

    Speeches of Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison
  • One Whitsuntide he went a jaunt with two other young fellows, on horseback, to matlock and thence to Bakewell.

    The Rainbow D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
  • We passed the night at matlock in sight of the rock called the High Tor.

    Letters of a Traveller William Cullen Bryant
  • Strangely enough, she did not include matlock in her appeal.

    The Song of the Wolf Frank Mayer
  • Now he takes us to the cliffs of matlock, and again to the farm-flats of Woburn.

  • But at the smelting works of Lea, near matlock, the blowing-machine consists of two casks, which move upon horizontal axes.

  • From Derby to the baths of matlock, which is one of the most romantic situations, it was still fifteen miles.

    Travels in England in 1782 Charles P. Moritz

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