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Cannock

[ kan-uhk ]
/ ˈkæn ək /
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noun
a city in Staffordshire, W central England.
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Cannock
/ (ˈkænək) /

noun
a town in W central England, in S Staffordshire: Cannock Chase (a public area of heathland, once a royal preserve) is just to the east. Pop: 65 022 (2001)
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