Hoboken

Nicholas van, Dutch anatomist and physician, 1632-1678. ... See: Hoboken's gemmules, Hoboken's nodules, Hoboken's valves. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Hoboken

city, Hudson county, northeastern New Jersey, U.S. Adjoining Jersey City and Union City, it lies on the Hudson River opposite Manhattan Island, New ...
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Hoboken

[Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad station] {Fiji 1995 Rugby League World Cup squad} to the end of the squad member`s page. Place below References and External links and above Defaultsort/Categories. Category:Fiji national rugby league team ...
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Hoboken

Type: Term Pronunciation: hō′bō-kĕn Definitions: 1. Nicholaus van, Dutch anatomist and physician, 1632-1678. See: Hoboken gemmules, under gemmule, Hoboken nodules, under nodule, Hoboken valves, under valve
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Hoboken

Hoboken (hō'bōkun) , section of Antwerp, Antwerp prov., N Belgium, on the Scheldt River. It has large shipyards and wool-processing plants. A former industrial suburb of Antwerp, it was annexed by Antwerp in 1983.
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Hoboken

Hoboken (hō'bōkun, –bukun) , city (1990 pop. 33,397), Hudson co., NE N.J., on the Hudson River adjoining Jersey City and opposite Manhattan; settled by the Dutch c.1640, inc. as a city 1855. A port of entry and railroad terminal, it has food-processing industries and electronic...
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