American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of southern Connecticut north-northeast of New Haven. It is a residential and industrial center. Population: 44,700.
“WALLINGFORD - Clarice "Pat" Holden, 73, of Wallingford, passed away Saturday morning,”
“The report mentioned an effort in Wallingford, Conn., in which Tariq Farid petitioned for a zoning variance to build a mosque on residential property but was rejected after residents voiced concerns about traffic and parking.”
“Mr. Holloway, a 40-year-old computer programmer living in Wallingford, Conn., acknowledges that he and his collaborators are picking their way through a "legal gray area.”
“On a happier note, I agree that Taco Bravo in Wallingford rocks, I discovered a great taco bus on Aurora in Shoreline, just north of the Seattle city line that will gladly drive a few miles to get to.”
“I just found out that N 45th St in Wallingford underwent Seattle's first "road diet" back in 1972.”
“* I'm going to be at the Half Moon in Wallingford around one, if anybody wants a writing date.”
“• DJ's Comics in Wallingford, Conn., may be going out of business.”
“Something like, oh, five minutes after Trophy Cupcakes opened in Wallingford Center, customers started asking for auxiliary branches in their own neighborhoods.”
“Three fellow teachers and I are standing with the Bronx PrepSpeech Team outside our hotel in Wallingford, Connecticut, a short car ride from Yale University -- and a whole world away from the gritty South Bronx neighborhood we all left in a rented van this morning.”
“Blue Trails Range in Wallingford CT (30 miles from their offices) is under a microscope and may be put out of business.”
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