Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of east-central Massachusetts east-northeast of Worcester. Settled in 1657, it was nearly destroyed in 1676 during King Philip's War. Population: 38,100.
  • Marlborough, First Duke of See John Churchill.

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  • proper n. a town in Wiltshire, England
  • proper n. Marlborough College
  • proper n. a dukedom in the British peerage

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  • MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday on a warrant out of Framingham District Court, police said.

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  • MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested Thursday and charged with intimidating a witness, police said.

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  • MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday and charged with intimidating a witness / impeding an investigation and disturbing the peace, police said.

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  • MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested Sunday and charged with OUI, unlicensed driving and a car lights violation, police said.

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  • MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday and charged with several driving violations, police said.

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  • MARLBOROUGH 32.5, NASHOBA 21.5: Marlborough junior Erik Carlson shot an even par 36 on the back nine as the host Panthers topped Nashoba in Mid-Wach B action at Marlborough Country Club.

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  • MARLBOROUGH [365] was resolved that no naval commander, or person connected with the navy, should eclipse himself in the splendour of book-collecting: but it was to PRINCE EUGENE that Marlborough was indebted for his taste in this particular; or rather the English commander was completely bitten with the bibliomaniacal disease in consequence of seeing Eugene secure rare and magnificent copies of works, when a city or town was taken: and the German Prince himself expatiates upon the treasures of his library, with a rapture with which none but the most thorough-bred bibliomaniacs can ever adequately sympathise.

    Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance

  • Netezza, headquartered in Marlborough, Mass., is in the process of being acquired by IBM.

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  • Equating Cornwallis and Marlborough is an extremely important gesture not simply because it consolidates

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  • The Prince of Wales - the future Edward VII - ordered a huge enlargement to be made to hang in Marlborough House.

    Stealing our souls

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