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Example: [good fishing spot] will find those words in a sentence like "Scarborough is a good beach fishing spot in the Northern suburbs."

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Example: {good fishing spot} will find those words in sentences like "Albany has some good beach and rock fishing. Another favourite spot on the South Coast."



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This page last updated 7 February 2003.