from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Norway on inlets of the North Sea. Founded c. 1070, it was the largest and most important city of medieval Norway. Population: 245,000.
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- proper n. A port city in Norway
- proper n. A Catholic diocese named after the above see
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a port city in southwestern Norway
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He was instructor and artistic leader at the Norwegian Theater in Bergen 1857-1859.
Janoff said he is discussing how to handle such announcements with rabbis and community leaders in Bergen County, where the paper has most of its readership.
Needless to say, I was totally bummed out by this development — not only was Babylon a great dining value but it also made some of the best Turkish and Middle-Eastern food that you could find in Bergen County.
The high end restaurants in Bergen County are now few and far between.
We both agree it is our new favorite Greek restaurant in Bergen County.
Christine and her business partners have transformed what was once a space that used to be a fast food establishment and have turned it into what I think will become one of the premier fine dining destinations in Bergen County.
Recently opened by CIA graduate Chef Christine Nunn, Picnic is the latest destination restaurant to open in Bergen County.
So where can you get a decent Chinese meal in Bergen County?
There are about 70 such municipalities in Bergen Country, with their administrative overload, when you could probably get by with 10 or so. joe from Lowell says:
The folks with fine houses in Bergen, Morris and Hunterdon Counties?