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  1. No Place

    No Place is a small village near the town of Stanley in County Durham, England, east of Stanley and west of Beamish. Situated to the south of the A693, it is home to an award-winning real ale pub, the Beamish Mary Inn, and lies near the Beamish Mary coal pit. The local church is known as the "Tin Chapel".

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  1. Judy Garland:

    There's no place like home.

  2. Edgar Watson Howe, Country Town Sayings, 1911:

    A poem is no place for an idea.

  3. Scott Adams, Dilbert:

    Technology: No Place for Wimps!

  4. Brian Koo:

    We like to place contrarian bets.

  5. William Flynn:

    Yes we plan to place more orders.

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