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Why are the white cliffs of dover called the white cliffs of dover?

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Because they are made of white chalk and are visible as you enter Dover harbour.
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How tall are the White Cliffs of Dover?

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What do the cliffs symbolize in Dover Beach?

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Why are the White cliffs of Dover white?

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Where are the White Cliffs of Dover?

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What are facts about the white cliffs of dover?

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What theme song has the song cliffs of dover?

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