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East End

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEast EndˌEast ˈEnd noun   the East EndEast Ender noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
East EndA lavish East End funeral is in prospect.In the real East End you will find plates of whelks with more emotional depth.We walk on through two small clusters of cottages, the East End and the West End.They were sitting in a basement place on the East End, Berryman s idea of a bar.
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