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Synonyms for Lexington

town in eastern Massachusetts near Boston where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought

a city in eastern Kentucky

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2 million of Industrial Development Authority of the City of Lexington, Virginia, residential care facility refunding revenue bonds, series 2016 also issued on behalf of KAL.
Bank of the James (NASDAQ: BOTJ) has said that it has purchased property at 45 South Main Street in Lexington, Virginia.
The coat is now in the possession of the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.
77, who served ODE for almost five decades including three terms as President, passed away October 17, 2012, at his home in Lexington, Virginia.
Unfortunately, that is exactly where we find ourselves in the Middle East under President Obama," Romney said in his address at the Virginina Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.
Romney is to make the proposal on Monday in what his campaign team has billed as a major foreign policy speech in Lexington, Virginia, The Guardian reported.
As a younger man, Tony won a scholarship to play football for the Virginia Military Institute college in Lexington, Virginia.
Other book projects involved the architecture of Lexington, Virginia, where Pam lived and worked, and Confederate Civil War memorials.
TravelCenters of America LLC (NYSE Amex: TA), a US-based group of travel centres in 41 states and Canada, has announced the opening of a TA full-service travel centre in Lexington, Virginia, US.
He had also firmly established a consistent pattern of relocation for producing his work, retracing a path that circled from his hometown in Lexington, Virginia to New York City, to Rauschenberg's home in Captiva Island, Florida to various places in Italy.
Born in Lexington, Virginia, in 1928, Twombly studied in Boston, New York, and had a career that spanned six decades.
Born in Lexington, Virginia in 1928, Edwin Parker Twombly, nicknamed Cy by his father, studied art at Black Mountain College near Asheville, North Carolina in the 1950s.
He graduated from Washington & Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, in 1952 and from the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, in 1956.
When word of this confluence got out, other Fellow families decided to join the party: Ira Rosen and his wife, Iris Schneider, came down from New York, Doug Cumming and his wife, Libby, drove over from Lexington, Virginia, and Linda Wilson and her husband, Rick Carns, flew in from Castle Rock, Washington.
Rebecca Benefiel of Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, reported that one house had 41 examples of graffiti.