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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southwest Connecticut on Long Island Sound and the New York border. Settled in 1641, it is primarily residential. Population: 119,000.

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  • STAMFORD -- Turnout for Tuesday's primary election has been weak so far in Stamford and

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  • STAMFORD -- A former bookkeeper for a Stamford towing company pleaded guilty in state Superior Court Thursday to stealing more than $250,000 from her employer.

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  • STAMFORD -- A Stamford man set to begin trial in a summertime shooting outside a West Side club pleaded guilty in state Superior Court Tuesday.

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  • Feb. 4 -- STAMFORD -- Some of the 167 Stamford residents who died after cardiac arrest last year could have been resuscitated and possibly saved with a procedure that less than a third received, said Dr. Thomas Nero, a Stamford Hospital interventional cardiologist.

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  • STAMFORD -- More than 1,000 miles and a plane ride separate Stamford and Tuscumbia, Ala.

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  • STAMFORD -- A former bookkeeper for a Stamford towing company pleaded guilty in state Superior Court Thursday to stealing a quarter of a million dollars from her employer.

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  • STAMFORD -- Charla Nash, the 55-year-old Stamford woman mauled by her friend's chimpanzee last month, lost her nose, lips, eyelids, hands and bone structure in her mid-face and suffered significant brain, eye and tissue injuries in the attack, according to a statement from the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

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  • STAMFORD -- A Fairfield man charged with illegally owning an endangered ape "capable of causing physical injury to humans" is set to appear Monday in state Superior Court in Stamford.

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  • STAMFORD - Four adults hosting a high school graduation party have been charged with allowing underage drinking in Stamford.

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  • Some anxiety had been felt owing to the lack of this necessity, and Flinders showed the way to obtain it by digging holes in the white clay surrounding a brackish marsh which he called Stamford

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