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- proper n. A maritime traditional county of England, bordered by Dumfries-shire, Roxburghshire, Northumberland, County Durham, Westmorland, Lancashire and the Irish Sea; part of Cumbria for administrative purposes.
- proper n. A city in Allegheny County, Maryland, USA. Cumberland, Maryland is the county seat of Allegheny County.
- proper n. A town on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. a tributary of the Ohio River.
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CUMBERLAND - A Maryland Forest Service official says that despite high winds, a smoldering brush fire remains under control after burning about 76 acres on Wills Mountain near Cumberland.
CUMBERLAND, MD - A Cumberland man made a startling discovery when he was doing some work around his home Monday morning.
A CUMBERLAND BEAUTY: A correspondent of The Philadelphia Telegraph thus describes a newly discovered Keswick beauty: "Keswick, in Cumberland, can boast of one charming possession in the shape of the prettiest woman in England.
And the lake of Ulswater, in Cumberland, is the site of
He was responsible for winning the first Union victory of the war in Cumberland, Tennessee and soon found himself as being the leader of the entire Union Army.
Lake Cumberland is the houseboat capitol of the world.
Trindle Spring Run, not unlike Letort Spring Run or Big Spring Creek also located in Cumberland Valley, is a low gradient, fertile, limestone spring stream.
Prosecutors in Cumberland continue to present testimony in the first-degree murder trial of a former Frostburg State University student charged in the shotgun slaying of a student athlete and the wounding of another.
A former Frostburg State University student is headed for trial in Cumberland on a first-degree murder charge.
From Derby, still journeying northward, we passed two months in Cumberland and Westmoreland.
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