American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A community of southwest New Jersey, an industrial and residential suburb of Camden and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Population: 35,400.
“Both have been at Apex Academy in Pennsauken, N.J., this year.”
“The shelter's address is #1 Pennsauken Creek/Griffith-Morgan Lane in Pennsauken, which is not too terribly far from Philadelphia, near Exit 4 on the New Jersey Turnpike.”
“In addition, Woodlynne may want to join with Pennsauken, which is large enough to stand alone.”
“In early May, a woman in Pennsauken, N.J., who was home alone with her toddler son, opened her door to a census worker who asked for the names and birth dates of everyone residing there.”
“Area companies like Allied Elevator LLC., based in Pennsauken, N.J. and the International Union of Elevator Constructors, Local No. 5 of Philadelphia provided labor and materials to build the new elevator, which will be in working order as early as this month.”
“But the board of the Pennsauken, N.J., company rejected the proposal, saying it "would not be in the best interests of the company.”
“Eileen Hughes, who runs an online fabric shop with her daughter in Pennsauken, N.J., looks forward to getting the astronauts 'pictures.”
“As an undergraduate, he managed the small jazz club his grandfather owned in nearby Pennsauken, New Jersey.”
“Eileen Hughes, who runs an online fabric shop with her daughter in Pennsauken, N.J., looks forward to getting the astronauts' pictures.”
“Vicky Cubberley, a crossing guard and dog-walker in Pennsauken who usually votes Democratic but is leaning toward the independent, called the ad "out of line," but added: "I don't like that Christie is attacking Corzine.”
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