American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of Greater London in southeast England on the Thames River. It is the site of the original Royal Observatory, through which passes the prime meridian, or longitude 0°. Population: 228,000.
- A town of southwest Connecticut on Long Island Sound near the New York border. Settled in 1640, it is mainly residential. Population: 62,100.
- n. a borough of Greater London on the Thames; zero degrees of longitude runs through Greenwich; time is measured relative to Greenwich Mean Time
“GREENWICH - Police hope a new image will help solve a mystery in Greenwich.”
“GREENWICH -- A fundraiser is being organized for a Greenwich woman who is battling cancer.”
“GREENWICH -- When Paolo Vitiello opened That Little Italian Restaurant in a small storefront on Mill Street in 1980, the Byram section of Greenwich seemed to him a ghost town straight out of a classic Western.”
“GRACE CHURCH OF GREENWICH (PCA), Services held at Woman's Club of Greenwich, 89 Maple Ave. P.O. Box 1673, Greenwich 06836. 861-7555 or 869-2046. www. gracechurchgreenwich.com.”
“GREENWICH -- A Greenwich man has been arrested on a felony charge for allegedly stealing a gun from a car.”
“GREENWICH -- Head coach Brandon Linnett issued a cautionary statement to his Greenwich football team this week: Do not overlook Saratoga Central Catholic.”
“GREENWICH -- After a scoreless first half, the Greenwich boys soccer team unleashed a string of goals to beat Lake George, 3-0, in the Section II Class C quarterfinal on Friday.”
“Photos: Private Properties A waterfront estate in Greenwich is listed for $42.5 million.”
“A waterfront estate in Greenwich is listed for $42.5 million.”
“Snowing in Greenwich Village" shows Richard already, early in the marriage, not entirely comfortable in the role of young husband, as in this story he escorts a dinner guest back home, going up to her apartment and at story's end obviously tempted to take things further.”
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