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walled garden/city/town etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwalled garden/city/town etcwalled garden/city/town etcDTBa garden etc that has a wall around it walled
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walled garden/city/town etcAccommodation comprises 110 twin bedded bungalows and 15 Duplex Suites each with its own shady terrace and small walled garden.At Leicester the market place occupied the whole of the south-eastern quarter of the walled town.Like the people of Ferghana, its occupants were a settled people living in walled towns.She lives now in converted weaving cottages in Kilbarchan, a walled garden already rich in spring colours.The existence of walled towns and castles created two problems.The house, dairy, farm buildings, walled garden and orchard show what life there was like eighty years ago.Founded in 1673, this small walled garden is the oldest botanical garden in the country after Oxford's.The walled garden too had been carefully maintained.
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