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Exmouth

(ĕk`sməth, –smouth), town (1991 pop. 28,037), Devon, SW England, at the mouth of the Exe River. It is a port and a popular summer resort. In 1347, Exmouth provided 10 ships for the siege of CalaisCalais
, city (1990 pop. 78,836), Pas-de-Calais dept., N France, in Picardy, on the Straits of Dover. An industrial center with a great variety of manufactures, it has been a major commercial seaport and a communications center with England since the Middle Ages.
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Exmouth

a town in SW England, in Devon, at the mouth of the River Exe: tourism, fishing. Pop.: 32 972 (2001)
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Plans for the Exmouth Basin include an appraisal of last May's Stickle discovery during the third quarter with further exploration and appraisal drilling contemplated later in the year.
Mr Rollins, of Suffolk Court, Nottage, died while swimming in the English Channel while on holiday in Exmouth, Devon, with his partner Ann Parsons, of Seabank Court, Porthcawl.
The married father-of-two was returning to his home in Exmouth, Devon, aboard the 1735 service from London to Plymouth after watching his team, Chelsea, beat Everton.
In 1999, the original Exmouth VMRS building was badly damaged by Severe Tropical Cyclone Vance.
Around 70 per cent of all the homes in Exmouth were said to have suffered damage in the storms - amazingly there were no casualties.
They plan to invite 300 friends and relatives to their wedding in Exmouth on March 20, but have yet to decide whether to set up home in Devon or Yorkshire.
Apache Corporation today announced that its Ravensworth-1 well discovered oil in the Exmouth Sub- Basin offshore Western Australia.
As the largest harbour in the region, Exmouth is well placed to be a service and support centre for the resources sector in the north, Mr Redman said.
The student's death shocked the nation after her parents allowed photographs of her corpse - kneeling on the floor of a bedsit in Exmouth, still grasping a syringe - to be used in a video warning pupils about drugs.
Home captain Robert Dawson's decision to field on winning the toss looked a brave one and it backfired as their part-time bowlers were hammered to all parts of the Exmouth ground.
Part-timer Shaun Howell, 25, jammed the till roll so it would not print receipts and pocketed the cash at the RAF Association club in Exmouth, Devon.
Demac Properties Limited, represented by Savills, has let 48 The Parade at the Magnolia Centre in Exmouth to Vodafone.