from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of east-central England north-northeast of London. It is the site of the University of Cambridge, established in the 1200s.
- A city of eastern Massachusetts on the Charles River opposite Boston. Settled in 1630 as New Towne, it is known for its research and educational facilities, including Harvard University (founded in 1636), Radcliffe College (founded 1879, now part of Harvard), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1861).
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- proper noun A city in England famous for its university.
- proper noun Cambridge University.
- proper noun A city in Massachusetts, United States famous for being the location of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a city in eastern England on the River Cam; site of Cambridge University
- noun a city in Massachusetts just to the north of Boston; site of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- noun a university in England
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CAMBRIDGE -- Attending this founding conference of the George Soros-funded Institute for New Economic Thinking, at Kings College, Cambridge, one appreciates how much the Obama Adminstration could learn from thoughtful foreign observers of the financial crisis, who are far ahead of American thinking.
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KELLY DOWNES, CAMBRIDGE POLICE: The city of Cambridge, the Cambridge Police Department have recommended to the Middlesex district attorney that the criminal charge pending against Professor Gates not proceed.
Thompson continued to do exceptionally well at Cambridge, publishing a dozen papers in the _Cambridge Mathematical Journal_ while an undergraduate.
Many of the articles relating to Cambridge in the MSS. have been printed by Mr. Cooper in his _Annals of Cambridge_: some relating to Cromwell are to be found in Mr. Carlyle's work; and several, besides those which
BY THE TOWN MEETING OF CAMBRIDGE (1765) AT a legal meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Town of Cambridge this 14 day of October 1765.
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He was town clerk of Cambridge (1849-1866) and wrote the _Annals of Cambridge_
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