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American Revolutionary leader (born in Ireland) who was a member of the Constitutional Convention (1745-1806)

a city of northeastern New Jersey

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Betty's daughters Liz, 37, and Catherine, 42, flew to America for the trial in Paterson, New Jersey, earlier this month.
Out of Bristol but schooled as a fighter in Paterson, New Jersey, Stone has acquired a typically crouched, come-forward American style.
Then, on an evening in spring, two black men burst into the Lafayette Bar & Grill in Paterson, New Jersey, and brutally shot two white men and a woman to death.
Lewis was celebrating in Paterson, New Jersey, where a judge ruled he had been cheated by the WBC.
Tall, handsome, a riveting and passionate speaker, he became one of the stars of the Industrial Workers of the Vorld, popping up to lead dramatic strikes from Lawrence, Massachusetts to Paterson, New Jersey.
A pre-proposal meeting will be held Wednesday October 14, 2015 at 11:00 am at the Passaic County Procurement Center, located at 495 River Street, 2nd Floor, and Paterson, New Jersey.
the dominant investment real estate sales firm in the tri-state region, announced that it has been retained as the exclusive marketing and sales agent for a 136-unit residential portfolio located at 324,339 and 431 Broadway in Paterson, New Jersey.
com)-- Hudson Horizons has recently announced the launch of a website for Shulman Law Group, LLC, located in Paterson, New Jersey.
The historic Nathan Barnert Memorial Temple in Paterson, New Jersey receives a tribute in this thoughtful history, heavily illustrated with historic and contemporary photographs of the temple and many of the significant figures, events, and celebrations associated with it.
Prior to joining the Herald News of West Paterson, New Jersey, in July 2000, Doblin was the executive editor of a chain of weeklies on Long Island.
The stock market was filled with men," observed the public school educator from Paterson, New Jersey.
Such was the case on 8 April 1998 at Morton International's chemical plant in Paterson, New Jersey, when a production run of Automate Yellow 96, a dye used to tint petroleum fuel products, spiraled out of control.
In November 2002, Paterson, New Jersey Bishop Frank Rodimer reinstated a priest to pastoral service.
Pistone, with a blue-collar upbringing in Paterson, New Jersey, was one of the limited new breed.