from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A community of southwest England south-southwest of Bristol. There are extensive remains of an Iron Age village nearby. Glastonbury is the traditional site of King Arthur's Isle of Avalon.
- A city of central Connecticut southeast of Hartford. Settled in 1650, it is a manufacturing center. Population: 33,000.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A town in Somerset, England.
- proper n. The Glastonbury Festival.
- proper n. A town in Connecticut.
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GLASTONBURY (AFP) - Indie rockers Blur returned to the Glastonbury festival Sunday for the first music that included Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young.
"I see this as a temporary blip for Buffett," says Paul Howard, an independent analyst in Glastonbury, Conn.
I totally understand if you don't personally like the music, but I think Glastonbury is one of the few things that the BBC does well - and I'm hardly the BBC's biggest fan.
If you ever need to identify my body, my dentist is Dr. David Moskow, in Glastonbury, CT.
Okay, it's after nine o'clock, and snow means that if I am going to be in Glastonbury at eleven, I need to start now with hot water and preparations.
King Arthur, whom you've no doubt heard stories of, was buried there in Glastonbury with his queen.
The second place that elicited a strong spiritual response is the Tor in Glastonbury, England.
Legends of King Arthur abound in Glastonbury, and the Tor is said to be the mystical Isle of Avalon because when shrouded in fog, this mound seems to float in the air.
U2 played two unreleased tunes -- the ballad "North Star" and the rocker "Glastonbury" -- at their first show back since