Dover

[Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad station] ...
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Dover

[n] - the capital of the state of Delaware
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Dover

capital of Delaware noun the capital of the state of Delaware
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Dover

district, eastern part of the administrative and historic county of Kent, England, on the Strait of Dover. The history and economy of the district ...
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Dover

town and seaport on the Strait of Dover, Dover district, administrative and historic county of Kent, England. Situated at the mouth of a valley in ... [2 related articles]
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Dover

city, capital (1777) of Delaware, U.S., seat of Kent county, in the east-central portion of the state on the St. Jones River. It was laid out in 1717 ... [1 related articles]
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Dover

city, seat (1769) of Strafford county, southeastern New Hampshire, U.S. It is located at the falls (a 33-foot [10-metre] drop) of the Cocheco River, ... [1 related articles]
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Dover

Dover (dō'vur) , town (1991 pop. 33,461), Kent, SE England, on the Strait of Dover, beneath chalk cliffs (the “White Cliffs of Dover”) c.375 ft (114 m) high. The small Dour River flows through the town. Dover is a resort and an important port for travel and shipping to the Cont...
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Dover

Dover is cookery slang for reheated leftovers, a re-cooked meal.
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Dover

(UK) Market town and seaport in Kent, southeast England, on the coast of the English Channel; population (2001) 34,100. It is Britain's nearest point to mainland Europe, 34 km/21 mi from Calais, France. Dover is the world's busiest passenger port and England's principal cro...
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Dover

[NJT station] ==History== On July 31, 1848 the first train rolled into Dover over the Morris & Essex Railroad. In 1863 the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad (DL&W) acquired the Morris & Essex line. On November 1, 1901 this new Lackawanna Station was opened in Dover with the arrival of the Buffalo Express at 3:00 p.m. It was met by a c...
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Dover

[truck] Dover was a make of trucks, owned by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. Hudson announced the Dover brand in July 1929 as `Dover, built by Hudson Motors.` When introduced, Dover trucks were available as a `Screenside Express`, Canopy Express, Open Flatbed, Panel Delivery and Cab and Chassis. Prices ranged between $595...
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Dover

[district] Homosexuality: A Psychoanalytic Study of Male Homosexuals is a 1962 book about the development of male homosexuality by Irving Bieber, Harvey J. Dain, Paul R. Dince, Marvin G. Drellich, Henry G. Grand, Ralph R. Gundlach, Malvina W. Kremer, Alfred H. Rifkin, Cornelia B. Wilbur, and Toby B. Bieber. Though the work was influential a...
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