from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A town of eastern Massachusetts, a residential suburb of Boston. Population: 32,200.
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- n. a town in northern New York
- n. a town in southeastern Wisconsin
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WATERTOWN - The Yankton CorTrust Black Sox went 2-0 Friday on the first day of a Watertown VFW Teener baseball tournament in Watertown.
WATERTOWN â€ "An elderly man fishing with his adult son on Lake Winnemaug in Watertown drowned Saturday morning when the rowboat they were in began to sink.
He grew up in Watertown, Mass., and was a 1943 graduate of the private Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts, where editing the school paper sparked his career.
EDIT: For instance, Watertown is not in St. Lawrence County, as we previously reported.
A gray Honda parked there was registered to the same address as a house in Watertown, where some guy was taken into custody this morning.
One rainy night eight years ago, in Watertown, Massachusetts, a man was taking his dog for a walk.
My mother lives in Watertown, New York, and the area is in a permanent deep recession.
The first is my everyday kind of sandwhich from The Meat Spot in Watertown, MA.
My friend Sam gave me the best food tip ever: A. Russo and Sons in Watertown, Mass.
Steven M. Rothstein, president of Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Mass., says in The Globe article: National studies show that 80 percent of blind people literate in Braille are employed, compared with only 20 percent of those who are illiterate.
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