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Wrekin

/ (ˈriːkɪn) /
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noun
the Wrekin an isolated hill in the English Midlands in Telford and Wrekin unitary authority, Shropshire. Height: 400 m (1335 ft)
round the Wrekin or all round the Wrekin Midland English dialect the long way roundhe went all round the Wrekin instead of explaining clearly
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