Soon after this the town, which lay immediately inside Spurn Point, must have been destroyed.
The seaward horn of this bay, however, is formed by a narrow protruding bank of sand and stones, thrown up by a southward current along the Yorkshire coast, and known as Spurn Head.
The thickest covering of drift is found in the Holderness district of Yorkshire, where, from the chalk cliffs of Flamborough Head to the sandspit of Spurn Point, the whole coast is formed of boulderclay resting on chalk.
Schoolmasters, do not spurn her either, nor cheat her of your earnings: she will bring you new students.
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Some of these even spurn from them the idea of any one having full Assurance, branding the idea as Presumption.
spurn what is a superior machine, seduced instead by the retro charms of the Vespa.
To this More answered, " Alas, Meg, it pitieth me to remember unto what misery, poor soul, she will .shortly come; these dances of hers will prove such dances that she will spurn our heads off like footballs; but it will not be long ere her head will dance the like dance."
Strange then, that Londoners prefer to spurn what is a superior machine, seduced instead by the retro charms of the Vespa.
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