Dorset

[dawr-sit]
noun
1.
1st Earl of, Sackville, Thomas.
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Dorset

[dawr-sit]
noun
an Eskimo culture that flourished from a.d. 100–1000 in the central and eastern regions of arctic North America.

Origin:
after Cape Dorset in northern Canada

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Dorset (ˈdɔːsɪt)
 
n
a county in SW England, on the English Channel: mainly hilly but low-lying in the east: the geographical and ceremonial county includes Bournemouth and Poole, which became independent unitary authorities in 1997. Administrative centre: Dorchester. Pop (excluding unitary authorities): 398 200 (2003 est). Area (excluding unitary authorities): 2544 sq km (982 sq miles)

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For the purposes of the lieutenancy it remains part of the ceremonial county of dorset.
Since then it has been part of the nonmetropolitan county of dorset.
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