Greenwich

[n] - a borough of Greater London on the Thames
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Greenwich

[Metro-North station] Greenwich is 28.1 miles from Grand Central Terminal and the average travel time from Grand Central is 57 minutes (though expresses run as fast as 38 minutes). As of August 2006, weekday commuter ridership was 2,804, and there are 1,274 parking spots (none owned by the state, unlike most other railroad stations in Conne...
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Greenwich

[soil] Greenwich is the official state soil of Delaware. According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, `The Greenwich series consists of very deep, well-drained, moderately rapidly permeable soils that formed in sandy marine and old alluvial sediments overlain by a thin mantle of sediments that have a high content of silt.` ...
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Greenwich

Greenwich (gren'ich) , residential town (1990 pop. 58,441), Fairfield co., SW Conn., on the Mianus and Byram rivers and Long Island Sound; settled 1640, inc. 1955. This attractive suburban community is noted as the home of many New York City executives. The town is located near an active and gro...
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Greenwich

Greenwich (grin'īj, gren'–) , outer borough (1991 pop. 200,800) of Greater London, SE England, on the Thames River. Manufactures include telephone equipment and underwater cable. The system of geographic longitude and time-keeping worked out at the famous Royal Observatory there ...
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Greenwich

HMS Greenwich was a British destroyer depot ship of 8100 tons displacement. HMS Greenwich had a top speed of 11 knots and carried a complement of 244. She was armed with four 4-inch guns and one 3-inch anti-aircraft gun.
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Greenwich

outer borough of London on the south bank of the River Thames, in the historic county of Kent. Greenwich is famous for its naval and military ... [1 related articles]
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