Hamilton

[Amtrak station] Hamilton is a former railroad station on Amtrak`s Cardinal route between Chicago and New York City. The station in Hamilton, Ohio, was served by the Cardinal from 1982 until 2005, when it was discontinued as a stop. Constructed by the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad railroad, the building is still used by CSX. It was...
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Hamilton

(Hamilton Watch Co.)   U.S. manufacturer, founded at Lancaster (Pa.) as Adams & Perry in 1874;  the Hamilton name dates from 1892.   The firm specialised in railroad watches and other products of high quality, and was prominent in the application of Elinvar (an alloy virtually unaffected by temperat
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Hamilton

Family name of the dukes of Abercorn. The family's seat is at Barons Court, County Tyrone. The 3rd duke was the great-grandfather of Diana, Princess of Wales. ...
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Hamilton

city in the fertile western region of Victoria, Australia, on the Grange Burn River. The original village (founded in 1850) grew around an inn on the ...
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Hamilton

capital of the British colony of Bermuda. It lies on Great Bermuda island in the western Atlantic, along the northern shore of a deepwater harbour. ... [1 related articles]
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Hamilton

city, southeastern Ontario, Canada. It lies at the extreme western end of Lake Ontario, on the southern shore of landlocked Hamilton Harbour ...
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Hamilton

city, Waikato regional council, north-central North Island, New Zealand. It lies 80 miles (130 km) above the mouth of the Waikato River. Hamilton ... [2 related articles]
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Hamilton

large burgh (town), South Lanarkshire council area, historic county of Lanarkshire, west-central Scotland, situated near the junction of Avon Water ...
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Hamilton

city, seat (1803) of Butler county, southwestern Ohio, U.S., on the Great Miami River, about 25 miles (40 km) north of Cincinnati. In 1794 a town ...
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Hamilton

[NBR] Hamilton railway station was one of several railway stations to serve the town of Hamilton, Scotland. It was opened on 1 April 1878 by the Glasgow, Bothwell, Hamilton and Coatbridge Railway. It was operated by the North British Railway, which under the Railways Act 1921 became part of the London and North Eastern Railway. The station ...
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Hamilton

The USS Hamilton was an American flush deck type destroyer of 1090 tons displacement launched in 1919. The USS Hamilton was powered by four oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 35 knots. She carried a complement of 122 and was armed with four 4 inch guns; one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun and twelve 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in four triple ...
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Hamilton

[company] == Introduction == Hamilton Company is a precision liquid handling company providing manual, semi-automated and automated laboratory products, instruments and solutions for biotechnology, pharmaceutical and clinical diagnostic companies along with academic research institutes and universities. The company is focused on the design,...
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Hamilton

[New Zealand electorate] Hamilton is a former New Zealand parliamentary electorate that existed from 1922 to 1969. The electorate covered the urban area of the city of Hamilton. In 1969, the city was part of two rural electorates, {NZ electorate link|Hamilton East} and {NZ electorate link|Waikato}. For the 1972 election, the nature of Hamil...
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Hamilton

Hamilton, city (1996 pop. 108,429), N central North Island, New Zealand, on the Waikato River. Situated between Auckland and Wellington, Hamilton is the transportation and industrial center of a densely populated dairy area. The Univ. of Waikato, founded in 1964, is in the city.
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Hamilton

Hamilton, river, Labrador, N.L., Canada: see Churchill 1, river.
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Hamilton

Hamilton, city (1990 est. pop. 3,100), capital of Bermuda, on Bermuda Island. It is a port at the head of Great Sound, a huge lagoon and deepwater harbor protected by coral reefs. The city is the focus of Bermuda's commercial and social life and is a major tourist resort.
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Hamilton

Hamilton, town (1991 pop. 51,667), South Lanarkshire, S central Scotland, near the confluence of the Avon and the Clyde rivers. Once known for its coal mining, Hamilton's industries have developed to include light engineering, textiles, and food processing. It is also a market town for fruits, veget...
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Hamilton

Hamilton, city (1990 pop. 61,368), seat of Butler co., SW Ohio, on the Great Miami River; inc. 1857. An agricultural trading and manufacturing center, Hamilton has paper and pulp mills and produces safes, machinery, chemicals, textiles, and auto parts. Steel and insurance are also important. Hamilto...
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Hamilton

The Hamilton family are a family long connected with Scotland, though probably of English origin, the name being evidently territorial. The first person of the name in Scotland of whom we have reliable information was Walter Fitz-Gilbert of Hamilton, who, in 1296, swore fealty to Edward I of England for lands in Lanarkshire, and held Bothwell Castl...
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Hamilton

(Bermuda) Capital (since 1815) of Bermuda, on Bermuda Island; population (2001 est) 1,000. It is the main centre of employment in Bermuda, and is the site of the central government. It has a deep-sea harbour, and is a major port of call for cruise ships, contributing to Bermuda's d...
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Hamilton

(Canada) City and port in southwestern Ontario, Canada, at the head of Lake Ontario, 65 km/40 mi southwest of Toronto and 90 km/56 mi northwest of the Niagara Falls; population (2001 est) 490,300; metropolitan area 662,400. Hamilton Harbour, one of the largest landlocked harbou...
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Hamilton

[Schooner] Made by User:Mcduff for the No Get Police Userbox ...
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Hamilton

[NJT station] Hamilton Transit Center opened February 16, 1999 as an intermodal complex off the aforementioned I-295. It is next to a former American Standard factory that was recently redeveloped into an office building. Local trains take 60 to 75 minutes to cover the 54.4 miles from Hamilton to New York Penn Station. Peak express trains m...
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Hamilton

Hamilton is an English name for boys. The meaning is `flat-topped hill` The name Hamilton is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Hamlet
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Hamilton

[crater] This crater is situated almost due east of the lava-flooded crater Oken, near the uneven Mare Australe. To the northeast of Hamilton, along the lunar limb, is the flooded crater Gum. Less than three crater diameters to the south is the flooded walled plain Lyot. This is a nearly circular crater, although the rim to the north is som...
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