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Watling Street

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWatling StreetWat‧ling Street /ˈwɒtlɪŋ ˌstriːt $ ˈwɑː-/  a long road built by the Ancient Romans that started in Dover in the southeast of England, passed through London, and then went northwest to end near the modern town of Shrewsbury
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