from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient city of northern Africa on the Mediterranean Sea northwest of Carthage. According to tradition, it was founded c. 1100 B.C. by Phoenicians from Tyre. The city declined in the first century B.C. and was finally destroyed by the Arabs c. A.D. 700.
- A city of central New York east-northeast of Syracuse. Settled in 1773 on the site of Fort Schuyler (established in 1758), it developed as an industrial center after the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825. Population: 59,100.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or designating, a subdivision of the Trenton Period of the Lower Silurian, characterized in the State of New York by beds of shale.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an ancient city on the north coast of Africa (northwest of Carthage); destroyed by Arabs around 700 AD
- n. a city in central New York
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The Brothers Zogby were born in Utica, a New York town now known as "Second Chance City" for the immigrants who've flooded in from war-torn countries.
I went to college in Utica SUNYIT (I met her there) which I think is one of the other districts in NY-23 that place is a disaster wasteland due to years of tax and spend, social, welfare democrat policies.
Farmers and Workingmen in Utica on September 17, 1836. back
New York City's delegates to the meeting in Utica included Paulus Hedle, a leading Loco Foco operative who would later be one of the organizers of the park meeting that lead to the February, 1837 Flour Riot. back
He wanted to prove to himself and everyone else that what the miracle in Utica couldn't happen.
September 1836 speech before the Loco Foco State Convention meeting in Utica also concerned his father, but he used the occasion to distance himself from his rich father's disrespectful treatment of his poor unwed mother.
"It was stuffed down inside a wall cavity, as if someone had hidden it there," says Russell, a supermarket manager in Utica, N.Y. "When I pulled it out, I saw that it might be valuable."
Inside were the business records of his own great-grandfather, who ran a boarding house in Utica during the Depression.
All calls were made from Zogby International headquarters in Utica, N.Y., from October 28 through October 30, 2004.
The car is now in Utica, so it may be light here tomorrow while I sort that out.
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