from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Quebec, Canada, opposite Ottawa, Ontario. It has a hydroelectric station and pulp, paper, and lumber mills. Population: 74,200.
- A borough of northeast-central England on the northern shore of the Humber estuary at the influx of the Hull River. Chartered in 1299, the city has been a major seaport since the late 1700s. Population: 301,000.
- Hull, Cordell 1871-1955. American public official who as secretary of state (1933-1944) laid the groundwork for the founding of the United Nations. He was awarded the 1945 Nobel Peace Prize.
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- proper n. Any of various cities in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States (see the Wikipedia article).
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