from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Maine on the Androscoggin River north of Portland. Settled in 1770, it became a textile center in the early 19th century. Population: 35,700.
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- proper n. Any of a number of places in the USA, including a fairly large town in northern Maine.
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- n. a town in northwestern Idaho
- n. a town in southwestern Maine to the north of Portland
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LEWISTON - U. S Customs and Border Protection officials are eyeing a site on U.per Mountain Road in Lewiston for the construction of a 12.2 acre, multi-million dollar facility.
LEWISTON - Cal Winchester hit four free throws down the stretch for Bangor to ice a 40-34 victory over Lewiston in KVAC boys 'basketball action Friday.
LEWISTON - The Potlatch company in northern Idaho has temporarily laid off 102 employees from lumber and cedar operations in Lewiston because of a lulls in new housing construction.
The Somali community in Lewiston is upset … and now the rest of the community is swinging into action too, against this possible hate crime.
She was 12 years old and had just been thrown out of a Catholic school in Lewiston, N.Y., a village perched on the rock face along the Niagara River, close enough to the Falls to see the mist rising from its mighty waters.
Retailing | Zimmie's Comics & Games in Lewiston, Maine, has closed after nearly two decades in business.
By four that afternoon, Millage was in Lewiston, checking the wolf in with Idaho Fish and Game; and “excited” barely describes the reception he received there.
Plaintiff and single mom Doreen Flynn sits at home in Lewiston, Maine, with her three daughters: Jordan, 11, and 5-year-old twins Jorja, left, and Julia.
He relocated to Idaho from Arizona after WWII because postwar land development changed the Arizona environment he loved, and he spent 30 years (the rest of his life) in Lewiston, Idaho.
I show the O'Connor house in Lewiston, at the intersection of Prospect and 7th, close to the Snake River, but I suppose I could be wrong.