East Sussex

NOUN
  1. a county in southern England on the English Channel
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How To Use East Sussex In A Sentence

  • East Sussex County Council said the teenage parents will be supported with intensive monitoring and health visitor support.
  • The couple were shot last Wednesday at their cottage at Wadhurst, East Sussex.
  • Several months ago, Lewes District Council in East Sussex tried to address the problem of inadvertent place-name titillation by saying that "street names which could give offense" would no longer be allowed on new roads. Andrea Harner
  • The East Sussex-based company has been selling trugs - rustic carrying baskets made from sweet chestnut and willow - since 1899.
  • At the age of two my parents decided to move to Ringmer, near Lewes in East Sussex.
  • Guest speaker will be Richard Hallett who headed a successful campaign to keep a maternity unit in East Sussex open.
  • Ridgeview sparkling wine, produced from grapes grown on the South Downs in East Sussex. Cheers! English wine challenges champagne with sparkling results
  • English champagne from grapes grown on the South Downs in East Sussex. English sparkling wine comes of age with French boost
  • Several months ago, Lewes District Council in East Sussex tried to address the problem of inadvertent place-name titillation by saying that "street names which could give offence" would no longer be allowed on new roads. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Wildlife spotted in East SussexButterflies (13) meadow brown; hedge brown; speckled wood; essex skipper; small skipper; large skipper; comma; small tortoiseshell; large white; small white; green-veined white; purple hairstreak; white admiral How to get back to nature when camping
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