from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Massachusetts east-northeast of Worcester. Settled in 1657, it was nearly destroyed in 1676 during King Philip's War. Population: 38,100.
- Marlborough, First Duke of See John Churchill.
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- proper n. a town in Wiltshire, England
- proper n. Marlborough College
- proper n. a dukedom in the British peerage
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MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday on a warrant out of Framingham District Court, police said.
MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested Thursday and charged with intimidating a witness, police said.
MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday and charged with intimidating a witness / impeding an investigation and disturbing the peace, police said.
MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested Sunday and charged with OUI, unlicensed driving and a car lights violation, police said.
MARLBOROUGH - A Marlborough man was arrested yesterday and charged with several driving violations, police said.
MARLBOROUGH 32.5, NASHOBA 21.5: Marlborough junior Erik Carlson shot an even par 36 on the back nine as the host Panthers topped Nashoba in Mid-Wach B action at Marlborough Country Club.
MARLBOROUGH  was resolved that no naval commander, or person connected with the navy, should eclipse himself in the splendour of book-collecting: but it was to PRINCE EUGENE that Marlborough was indebted for his taste in this particular; or rather the English commander was completely bitten with the bibliomaniacal disease in consequence of seeing Eugene secure rare and magnificent copies of works, when a city or town was taken: and the German Prince himself expatiates upon the treasures of his library, with a rapture with which none but the most thorough-bred bibliomaniacs can ever adequately sympathise.
Netezza, headquartered in Marlborough, Mass., is in the process of being acquired by IBM.
Equating Cornwallis and Marlborough is an extremely important gesture not simply because it consolidates
The Prince of Wales - the future Edward VII - ordered a huge enlargement to be made to hang in Marlborough House.