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Cookstown

/ (ˈkʊkstaʊn) /
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noun

a district of central Northern Ireland, in Co Tyrone. Pop: 33 387 (2003 est). Area: 622 sq km (240 sq miles)

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Example sentences from the Web for Cookstown

  • Posted, sir; slept at Cookstown last night, and came here to breakfast.

    Tony Butler|Charles James Lever
  • He had ridden from Cookstown, and was reeling in the saddle, but would go on.

    My Lady of Doubt|Randall Parrish
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