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Wisbech

/ˈwɪzbiːtʃ/
noun
1.
a town in E England, in N Cambridgeshire: market-gardening. Pop: 26 536 (2001)
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  • She had imagination, and could fill in many of the points wisbech had only hinted at.

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  • That fact had its effect on wisbech as he plodded painfully along the ties.

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  • wisbech came to the brink of a gorge which rent the steep hillside.

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  • wisbech said he wished to see Derrick Nasmyth, and the man nodded.

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  • “I think that man has understanding and the gift of expressing what he feels,” said wisbech.

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  • wisbech made a sign of comprehension, and Gordon looked hard at Nasmyth.

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  • He went away with Acton, and wisbech looked at his nephew over his cigar.

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  • Nasmyth felt that wisbech was watching him with a curious intentness.

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