from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of New Jersey, in the west-central part of the state on the Delaware River northeast of Philadelphia. Settled c. 1679 by Quakers, it was the site of a pivotal battle in the American Revolution in which George Washington's troops captured a Hessian encampment in a surprise attack (December 26, 1776). Population: 83,900.
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- proper n. The state capital of New Jersey, USA.
- proper n. A male given name derived from the place name.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. capital of the state of New Jersey; located in western New Jersey on the Delaware river
NANCY EUBANK, GREAT-GRANDMOTHER OF MISSING TRENTON: She ` s my granddaughter, Melinda is my granddaughter, Trenton is my great grandson.
TRENTON - As lawmakers in Trenton held a hearing at the Statehouse on his administration's mistake that cost New Jersey $400 million in federal "Race to the Top" education aid, Gov.
TRENTON - Dozens of Trenton police officers, firefighters, and civilian employees received layoff notices yesterday, starting a 45-day countdown to mass terminations Oct. 22.
TRENTON - New Jersey's Supreme Court has thrown out the search of a Trenton man's apartment that yielded a cache of guns and weapons.
TRENTON - New Jersey's original manuscript of the U.S. Bill of Rights is on display Thursday and Friday in the state archives in Trenton.
First Impression: The name Trenton calls to mind a quiet loner who overcompensates for his shyness by acting like a bully and a punk.
Bail jumping in Trenton is down to small potatoes.
Reports say he showed up late at the VFW 1st District meeting in Trenton, MO.
When he takes office in Trenton, Bayonne will rise up several feet.
Clay Conard born in Trenton, NJ, incarcerated in Florida in the 1980's and currently living in Massachusetts working as a veteran's representative.