Nore

The Nore is a sandbank at the mouth of the Thames Estuary, England. It marks the point where the River Thames meets the North Sea, roughly halfway between Havengore Creek in Essex and Warden Point in Kent. Until 1964 it marked the seaward limit of the Port of London Authority. As the sandbank was a major hazard for shipping coming in and out of Lo...
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Nore

(from the article `ship`s bell`) British ships, after the mutiny at the Nore (1797), followed a special numbering in the dogwatch. From 4:00 to 8:00 , the usual bells are struck ... sandbank in the Thames Estuary, extending between Shoeburyness (north) and Sheerness (south), county of Kent, southeastern England. The Nore ... marine ...
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Nore

Nore (nôr) , river, c.70 mi (110 km) long, rising in NE Co. Tipperary, Republic of Ireland. It flows northeast, then southeast through a rich agricultural region to the Barrow River near New Ross. The Nore valley is noted for its scenic beauty.
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