Boston

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Boston

One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan colonists from England.{sfn|Kennedy|1994|pp=11–12} It was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. Upon American ind...
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Boston

The Boston is variation of the waltz danced in very slow time against the rhythm of the music.
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Boston

[card game] Boston is an 18th-century trick-taking card game played throughout the Western world apart from Britain, forming an evolutionary link between Hombre and Solo Whist. Appropriately named after a key location in the American War of Independence, it was probably devised in France in the 1770s, combining the 52-card pack and logical ...
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Boston

[hamlet] Boston, New York is a hamlet in the town of Boston in Erie County, New York, USA. ...
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Boston

[disambiguation] Boston is the state capital of Massachusetts in the United States. Boston may also refer to: == Places == === Belize === === Canada === === Ireland === === Kyrgyzstan === ===Marshall Islands=== === Philippines === === South Africa === === Suriname === === United Kingdom === === United States === == Animals == == Companies =...
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Boston

[n] - state capital and largest city of Massachusetts
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Boston

Bos'ton noun A game at cards, played by four persons, with two packs of fifty-two cards each; -- said to be so called from Boston, Massachusetts, and to have been invented by officers of the French army in America during the Revolutionary war.
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Boston

Hub of the Universe noun state capital and largest city of Massachusetts; a major center for banking and financial services
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Boston

• (n.) A game at cards, played by four persons, with two packs of fifty-two cards each; -- said to be so called from Boston, Massachusetts, and to have been invented by officers of the French army in America during the Revolutionary war.
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Boston

(from the article `waltz`) ...ballroom dance par excellence of the 19th century, however, and tenaciously maintained its popularity in the 20th. Its variations include the ... ...Europe. Germany developed such variations of the waltz as the schottisch, with turns like those of the waltz. France had its airy balance valse, ... [2 rela...
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Boston

(from the article `Boston`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Lincolnshire, England, on the River Witham on the northern margin in the Fens. ... [6 related articles]
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Boston

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Lincolnshire, England, on the River Witham on the northern margin in the Fens. ...
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Boston

city, capital of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, and seat of Suffolk county, in the northeastern United States. It lies on Massachusetts Bay, an ... [23 related articles]
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Boston

American rock group that was as well known for the lengthy periods between its albums as for its unique heavy metal–pop sound. The original members ...
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Boston

The Boston was the first frigate built in the American colonies. She had three masts, square-rigged, and a displacement of 514 tons. The Boston was launched in 1748 and broken up in 1752. She carried a crew of about 200 and was armed with 24 guns and designed for coastal patrol and escort duties.
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Boston

[book] Rotated, cropped and toyed with a bit to reduce the glare/shadows from the original (:Image:Fraangelico.JPG) ...
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Boston

Boston, town (1991 pop. 26,495), E central England, on the Witham River. Boston's fame as a port dates from the 13th cent., when it was a Hanseatic port trading wool and wine. Having recovered from a decline in the 18th and 19th cent. caused by silting, Boston now exports coal, grain, agricultural m...
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Boston

Boston, city (1990 pop. 574,283), state capital and seat of Suffolk co., E Mass., on Boston Bay, an arm of Massachusetts Bay; inc. 1822. The city includes former neighboring towns—Roxbury, West Roxbury, Dorchester, Charlestown, Brighton, and Hyde Park—annexed in the late 19th cent.Sectio...
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Boston

(UK) Port and market town in Lincolnshire, eastern England, on the River Witham, 50 km/31 mi southeast of Lincoln; population (2001) 35,100. Industries include food-processing and shell-fishing, and the manufacture of labels and tags. Trade is conducted particularly with Scandi...
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Boston

(USA) Industrial port and commercial centre, capital of Massachusetts, on Massachusetts Bay; population (2000 est) 589,100. Its economy is dominated by financial and health services and government. It is also a publishing and academic centre. The subway system, begun in 1897, was the first...
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Boston

[UK Parliament constituency] Boston was a parliamentary borough in Lincolnshire, which elected two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons from 1547 until 1885, and then one member from 1885 until 1918, when the constituency was abolished. ==History== Boston first elected Members of Parliament in 1352-1353, but after that the ri...
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Boston

[magazine] Boston is a monthly magazine concerning life in the Greater Boston area and has been in publication for more than 40 years. ==About the magazine== The magazine is self-described as: Sophisticated, intellectual, and full of charm, Boston is a world center of higher education, medicine, finance, and biotechnology, with some of the ...
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Boston

[song] `Boston` is a song by American rock band Augustana, from their 2005 album All the Stars and Boulevards. It was originally produced in 2003 by Jon King for Midwest Skies and Sleepless Mondays and was later re-recorded with producer Brendan O`Brien for All the Stars and Boulevards. David Park who went to high school with Dan Layus and ...
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Boston

[horse] Boston (1833–1850), was an outstanding chestnut Thoroughbred racehorse and a Leading sire in North America three times from 1851 to 1853. He started in about 45 races, winning 40 of these, including 15 in succession. Boston was later one of the initial inductees into the Hall of Fame. ==Breeding== He was a chestnut stallion with a...
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