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Nearer to shore than.
- ‘It's easy to find, night or day, by the huge stacks of its power plant, right inshore of the marina complex.’
- ‘After all this excitement and another cup of coffee, we waited until white water appeared along a reef inshore of the Knivestone, the Farnes' most offshore island.’
- ‘I would recommend beginning the dive just inshore of this, and to the south side.’
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