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  • n. a river that rises in the Catskills in southeastern New York and flows southward along the border of Pennsylvania with New York and New Jersey to northern Delaware where it empties into Delaware Bay


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  • The waters from the Delaware River, which is usually at the end of the block, are now up through the entire block here.

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2005

  • The Delaware River was the scene of more activity in that direction than any other port of the Colonies, a reputation which it still enjoys.

    The True Story of the American Flag

  • Specter kicked off a day of appearances in and around his home city of Philadelphia at a rally at a sprawling cargo terminal along the Delaware River, which is being deepened to allow the entry of larger ships in a dredging project for which the former Republican has led the fight over much of his 30-year Senate career. - Local

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  • TAKING TO THE WOODS A vacation home in northeast Pennsylvania has property that extends down to the Delaware River, which is rumored to contain fish.

    NYT > Travel

  • One of my favorite parts of the Delaware River are the huge ex-battleships that now call Philadelphia and Camden home.

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  • One day during his stay in Philadelphia, John Adams walked to the docks and, with his back turned to the pleasure-filled streets of the city and his eyes to the Delaware River, felt his spirit rise as he looked upon the newly built USS Delaware launching into the river.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • They already own their primary residence in northern New Jersey and own a property in Damascus, a northeastern Pennsylvania town along the Delaware River.

    Market for Vacation Homes Is on the Rise

  • In addition, Hughes says, Philadelphia's suburban expansion, which traditionally had moved west in Pennsylvania, became more pronounced across the Delaware River in New Jersey during the last decade because of New Jersey's relatively low land prices and non-union labor.

    N.J.'s population shifting to coast, south

  • He sued to stop Frank and Regina Marini from building, arguing the structure would block his view of the park and the Delaware River.

    Cabbie recalls ex-Pentagon official later found dead


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