from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northeast New Jersey on Newark Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, opposite Jersey City and west of New York City. It was settled by Puritans in 1666 and is today a heavily industrialized port of entry. Population: 281,000.
- A city of central Ohio east of Columbus. It is an industrial and processing center in an area marked by notable earthworks erected by the Mound Builders. Population: 47,200.
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- proper n. Any of several place names, see Wikipedia:Newark
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the largest city in New Jersey; located in northeastern New Jersey
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See, too, for further interesting and conclusive evidence that the ornament on p. 187 of the L.P. copies was not printed from the Newark block, _Newark as a Publishing Town_, by T.M. Blagg, 1898, pp. 28-30.
NEWARK - When Joseph Iadipaoli was convicted of molesting four Newark children, the Essex
An hour later, she tweeted: "Ugh stuck in newark traffic is no fun," drawing a reprimand from Newark Mayor Cory A. Booker.
NEWARK - An Essex County grand jury today declined to indict a Newark special police officer charged in April with collecting money for hours he never worked.
NEWARK — A brief argument on a Newark street corner early Tuesday morning may have driven a
NEWARK - New Jersey officials say a Newark hospital did not follow proper procedure when a
NEWARK - Newark parolees are being scrutinized more closely thanks to a new data-sharing agreement between the state Parole Board and city police.
NEWARK - A public plaza between two government buildings in Newark now bears the name of New Jersey Congressman Donald M. Payne in tribute to his long career in public service.
NEWARK - For almost 10 months, the Newark and Union City fire departments had been looking at a possible merger to offer better service.
NEWARK - A gun buyback program is up and running in Newark again after more money was found to fund it.
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