- Oc·tave [ok-tiv, -teyv] /ˈɒk tɪv, -teɪv/, pen name of Alice French.
- Isle of, an island in SE England, forming the NE tip of Kent county. 42 sq. mi. (109 sq. km).
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Lucille thought but little of England, as she judged it from the tame bluffs of Thanet.Dross</p>
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The whole isle of Thanet was seized and permanently occupied.The Eighteen Christian Centuries
He dates from the Conquest, and was made governor of Thanet.The Book Lovers' Anthology
The land where I am now is equal to that of the Isle of Thanet.Rural Rides
The forests of Thanet echoed with songs of linnets and white-throats.The Nest of the Sparrowhawk
- Isle of Thanet an island in SE England, in NE Kent, separated from the mainland by two branches of the River Stour: scene of many Norse invasions. Area: 109 sq km (42 sq miles)
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