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Synonyms for Worcester

United States lexicographer who was accused of plagiarism by Noah Webster (1784-1865)

an industrial and university city in central Massachusetts to the west of Boston

a cathedral city in west central England on the River Severn

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I've been lucky enough to be pro or semi-pro since I was 17 where my journey started at Coventry, then back to nuns, short spell at Worchester, Nottingham Upperhutt NZ, Eastern Suburbs AUS and then back to Nottingham, Fylde and now The mighty Ravers
Aaron Kushner, a Boston-area businessman, over the last nine months has put together a consortium of investors who plan to offer about $200 million for the Globe, its web site and an affiliated daily, the Worchester Telegram & Gazette.
My novels are mostly set in the county of Worchester, which provides just the sort of rural environment suitable for intellectual games in the mould of the classics of British crime fiction: country houses, quaint villages, gentle hills, calm rivers, tranquil country lanes, views across farm-speckled valleys, and plentiful woodland ringing with the sound of bird-song.
The restoration of sleeping car service provides a higher level of comfort than can be provided in coach for passengers riding to and from Boston (South Station) and the Massachusetts stops of Framingham, Worchester, Springfield and Pittsfield.
It hopes the work will prevent flood damage to 17 properties in the Cranwell Drive and Worchester Way areas.
Lawrence Kraus, VP global pharmaceutical operations, said the new plant will be the main production center for Humira, which is also produced at Abbott's plant in Worchester, Mass.
Scrape it all into a large bowl, add the worchester sauce, meat and seasoning and mix well with your hands - messy but fun
Metech International has announced the expansion of its Worchester, Mass.
The markets that showed the least home-price appreciation over the next 12 months are expected to be: Rochester, New York, at -4 percent; Worchester, Massachusetts, and Sacramento, California, both at -2 percent; and Memphis, Tennessee, and Dayton, Ohio, both at -1 percent.
Craig Samitt, MD, MBA, COO, Fallon Clinic, Worchester, Mass.
888 Worchester Street, Suite 230, Wellesley, MA 02482
Claire Schaeffer-Duffy, a freelance writer from Worchester, Mass.
My paternal grandparents met at a polka dance in the Hamtramck neighborhood of Detroit and my maternal grandparents met at the Plymouth movie theater in Worchester, Massachusetts, where my grandfather was an usher.
The elegant Worchester table lamp has a silk pleated ivory shade and can be yours for $2,265 each.
Transport Minister Kim Howells - who listed Peterborough and Worchester as the other winners - said: "This is excellent news for Darlington.