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Redcar

[red-kahr] /ˈrɛdˌkɑr/
noun
1.
a town in NE England, in Redcar and Cleveland district, on the North Sea.
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  • As he was leaving, Redcar spoke to him in rather a sheepish way.

  • This migration appears to have first been recorded from Redcar on the 13th of August.

  • James was one of nine children, all of whom he survived, with the exception of a sister who married a fisherman at Redcar.

    Captain Cook W.H.G. Kingston
  • To recruit his strength he went to Redcar, where the bracing air of the German Ocean soon counteracted the ill effect of overwork.

    Yesterdays with Authors James T. Fields
  • In Redcar, where he remained till September or October, he wrote no journal, but only the book.

  • In the first field, on the edge of the town, I saw what accounted to me for the lifelessness of Redcar—a cricket-match.

    A Month in Yorkshire Walter White
  • Higher up there is golf at Redcar and Seaton Carew which none need despise.

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