/ (laɪm ˈriːdʒɪs) /
a resort in S England, in Dorset, on the English Channel: noted for finds of prehistoric fossils. Pop: 4406 (2001)
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At that time the region where Lyme-Regis is now situated in modern England was an estuary on the shore of that ancient sea.
In the early part of that year, as the day closed, it was blowing a heavy gale off Lyme-Regis.Our Sailors|W.H.G. Kingston