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Runnymede

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRunnymedeRun‧ny‧mede /ˈrʌnimiːd/  a field near the River Thames at Egham, southern England, where it is believed that King john signed the magna carta in 1215. There is also a small area of land there which was given to the American people in 1965, and which contains a memorial to President John F. Kennedy.
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