- a city in East Sussex, in SE England: seashore resort.
- a city near Melbourne in S Victoria, in SE Australia.
- a town in central Colorado.
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Port Elizabeth from the sea has the aspect of a small Brighton.The Last Voyage
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De Barral, he resumed suddenly, was not coming to Brighton for weekends regularly, then.Chance
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- a coastal resort in S England, in Brighton and Hove unitary authority, East Sussex: patronized by the Prince Regent, who had the Royal Pavilion built (1782); seat of the University of Sussex (1966) and the University of Brighton (1992). Pop: 134 293 (2001)
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