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Cape Cod
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Moby Dick
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  • He was a native of Cape Cod; and hence, according to local usage, was called a Cape-Cod-man.
  • I saw that under the mask of these half humorous innuendoes, this old seaman, as an insulated Quakerish Nantucketer, was full of his insular prejudices, and rather distrustful of all aliens, unless they hailed from Cape Cod or the Vineyard.

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  • The time in Cape Cod when Izzy and I snuck down to the bay at midnight and tried to catch crabs with leftover hamburger meat, and the moon was so fat and round it looked like something you could sit on.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Before I Fall
  • Jane had plenty of silks and furs; she ate oranges that came up by railroad from Florida, oysters from Cape Cod, caviar imported from Russia.
    Margaret Peterson Haddix  --  Uprising

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