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Corunna

Corunna a port in NW Spain. It was the point of departure for the Armada in 1588 and the site of a battle in 1809 in the Peninsular War, at which British forces under Sir John Moore defeated the French. Moore, who was killed in the battle, was buried in the city.

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Corunna

CorunnaCorunna, front-runner, gunner, oner, punner, runner, scunner, stunner •columnar • guv'nor • forerunner •roadrunner • gunrunner

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