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John o'Groats

/ (əˈɡrəʊts) /
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noun
a village at the northeasternmost tip of the Scottish mainland: considered to be the northernmost point of the mainland of Great Britain although Dunnet Head, slightly to the west, lies further northSee also Land's End
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