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Sercq

/sɛrk/
noun
1.
the French name for Sark
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  • You will say that, being a sercq man, that is quite how I ought to feel about my own Island.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • She was a Guernsey woman by birth, but had lived on sercq for over twenty years.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • To Martel, Hamon represented sercq and all the contumely that had been heaped upon him there.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • The boat was gone and Paul Martel with it, and neither was seen again in sercq.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • It would be a very small child on sercq who did not know that much.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • sercq at last grew large in front of us, and our hearts were high.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • I reached sercq this morning, and Krok brought us the word an hour later.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • And there was not much went on in sercq without Aunt Jeanne knowing all about it.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • It was my own Island of sercq I longed for, and all that it held and meant for me.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • But tell me—how were they all in sercq the last you heard—my mother and grandfather—and Carette?

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham

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