American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of northwest England north-northwest of Manchester. The city's textile industry dates to the early 17th century. Population: 105,000.
- MountBlackburn A peak, 5,039.5 m (16,523 ft) high, of the Wrangell Mountains in southern Alaska.
- n. black-and-white North American wood warbler having an orange-and-black head and throat
“BLACKBURN AFP - Blackburn climbed to seventh place in the Premier League here Sunday after a 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion at Ewood Park.”
“BLACKBURN, England (AFP) - Manchester United head into Sunday's trip to Blackburn knowing that even a perfect finish to the season will not necessarily be enough to overhaul Chelsea.”
“BLACKBURN - Sir Alex Ferguson admits Manchester United's lacklustre 0-0 draw against Blackburn yesterday has left Chelsea in control of the Premier League title race.”
“BLACKBURN - Blackburn manager Sam Allardyce won his battle with close friend and long-time assistant Phil Brown as Rovers defeated 10-man Hull 1-0 at Ewood Park.”
“BLACKBURN, England (AFP) - Benni McCarthy made his point to Sam Allardyce as the South African's late goal put Blackburn on course for a crucial 2-1 win against Tottenham on Saturday.”
“BLACKBURN (AFP) - Benni McCarthy's sixth goal in as many games put Blackburn on track for a”
“BLACKBURN: Blackburn manager Sam Allardyce is to have surgery to widen an artery and will miss the next three Premier League games.”
“BLACKBURN, England (AFP) - Emmanuel Adebayor hit a hat-trick as Arsenal warmed up for the start of their Champions League campaign by thumping Blackburn 4-0 on Saturday.”
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