American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Washington on an arm of Puget Sound west of Seattle. It was laid out in 1891 after its selection as the site of a U.S. naval shipyard. Population: 35,300.
“BREMERTON - Efforts to bring two tent cities to the Bremerton area are swiftly moving ahead, but difficulty in getting insurance threatens to stop them.”
“THE BREMERTON FARMERS MARKET: Is open at its new location - Evergreen Park at the end of Pacific Street in Bremerton.”
“According to Olsen's complaint, Brown lists his residence as 1015 Perry Avenue in Bremerton, which is in District 3, but states that in reality, he resides with his parents at 13607 Olympic View Rd. in Silverdale, which is in Commissioner District 1 - Endresen's district.”
“Self aggrandizement (e.g. Dicks Government Center in Bremerton), 4.”
“Having seen a rally in Bremerton, Washington while on vacation, the group of about 10 – mostly seniors?”
“And thank you to my grandmother, who helped build ships in Bremerton, Washington, during World War II.”
“At least three churches in Bremerton said they received visits from a man dressed in fatigues and armed with a heartbreaking story.”
“James Olsen, of Bainbridge Island, filed a legal challenge last week contending that Brown does not reside at 1015 Perry Ave, in Bremerton, the address on his voter registration and driver's license.”
“Williams, who grew up in Bremerton, just a ferry ride away from Seattle, had 16 points in the first half as the Hawks blew away the Sonics early to end a four-game losing streak.”
“Mike Canfield, a foster parent with his wife, Beth, in Bremerton, says fewer than 100 homes can handle "high-risk children.”
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