- a town at the tip of Cape Cod, in SE Massachusetts: resort.
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Although, speaking of resorts, now that Provincetown is out, weather on Sea of Azov is lovely in August.PJ O’Rourke on Putin’s Crimea for Help
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Later we learn that “Lennon and his wife had purchased a condo about a mile and a half from the Mailer home” in Provincetown, RI.Norman Mailer: A Life Lived Loud
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So at Provincetown, when the Mayflower first dropped anchor in 1620, the Pilgrims did likewise.The Real Story Behind Thanksgiving
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During my visits to Provincetown, I marveled as I watched the family cook, sing together, and play on the beach together.They Were Perfect Together
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This meant dinner together every night and family vacations to Provincetown, Massachusetts.Thank God My Moms Are Lesbians
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He knew he was somewhere near Provincetown, but how near he couldn't say.
I just got here this morning driving through to Provincetown.
The day we drove down to Provincetown you were sitting on the sand dunes.
The ship proved to be a whaler from Provincetown, out seven months.Eli and Sibyl Jones
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"But the Nelsons aren't in Provincetown this summer," I answered.Georgina's Service Stars
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- a village in SE Massachusetts, at the tip of Cape Cod: scene of the first landing place of the Pilgrims (1620) and of the signing of the Mayflower Compact (1620). Pop: 3472 (2003 est)
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