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Sebastopol

[ si-bas-tuh-pohl ]

Sebastopol

/ sɪˈbæstəpəl /

noun

  1. the English name for Sevastopol


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He tried to get to Sebastopol for the tour but said that a long line at a rental car check-in left him arriving at MoFi headquarters only after Esposito was finished.

He was furious that MoFi invited Esposito to Sebastopol and wrote an email to Jim Davis on July 17 to protest.

The liberal town of Sebastopol has fewer than 8,000 residents and passed the law with little controversy.

Sebastopol was evacuated last night after enduring, for three days, an infernal fire of shot and shell.

On the 28th of July the commission returned after a cruise, in which they had been enabled to count the very guns of Sebastopol.

They added, however, that there was an army south of Sebastopol, which had been sent to meet an expected attack on Kaffa.

The squadron returned to the fleet, having effected this service, and were ordered to cruise off Sebastopol.

We look towards that point of the compass, and think of Sebastopol.

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