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Dunstable

[ duhn-stuh-buhl ]
/ ˈdʌn stə bəl /
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noun

John, c1390–1453, English composer.

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Also Dun·sta·ple [duhn-stuh-puhl]. /ˈdʌn stə pəl/.

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British Dictionary definitions for Dunstable (1 of 2)

Dunstable1
/ (ˈdʌnstəbəl) /

noun

an industrial town in SE central England, in Bedfordshire. Pop: 50 775 (2001)

British Dictionary definitions for Dunstable (2 of 2)

Dunstable2
/ (ˈdʌnstəbəl) /

noun

John. died 1453, English composer, esp of motets and mass settings, noted for his innovations in harmony and rhythm
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