Madison

[n] - 4th President of the United States 2. [n] - capital of the state of Wisconsin
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Madison

James Madison noun 4th President of the United States; member of the Continental Congress and rapporteur at the Constitutional Convention in 1776; helped frame the Bill of Rights (1751-1836)
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Madison

capital of Wisconsin noun capital of the state of Wisconsin; located in the southern part of state; site of the main branch of the University of Wisconsin
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Madison

city, seat (1811) of Jefferson county, southeastern Indiana, U.S. It lies along the Ohio River (bridged), opposite Milton, Ky. Settled about 1808 and ...
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Madison

borough (town), Morris county, northeastern New Jersey, U.S. It lies 18 miles (29 km) west of Newark. The borough of Madison includes the communities ...
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Madison

city, seat (1873) of Lake county, southeastern South Dakota, U.S. It lies about 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Sioux Falls. In 1870 settlers William ...
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Madison

city, capital (1838) of Wisconsin, U.S., and seat (1836) of Dane county. Madison, Wisconsin`s second largest city, lies in the south-central part of ... [1 related articles]
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Madison

county, central New York state, U.S., mostly comprising a rugged upland, bounded by Oneida Lake and Chittenango and Oneida creeks to the north and ...
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Madison

Madison is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `son of a mighty warrior` Where is it used? The name Madison is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Madyson ( In English (Modern) )Madisyn ( In English (Modern) )Maddison ( In English) The name Madison appears In the name list top 1000 for both male and female. Below yo...
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Madison

The USS Madison was an American Benson Class destroyer of 1630 tons displacement launched in 1939. The USS Madison was powered by four Express oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots. She carried a complement of 210 and was armed with five 5 inch guns; ten smaller guns and ten 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in two quintuple arrangem...
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Madison

[Shore Line East station] Madison is a passenger rail station along the Shore Line East commuter rail line, which runs on the Northeast Corridor between New Haven and New London. Maidson station consists of a mid-sized parking lot and one high-level side platform on the southbound side of the tracks. A second platform and three-story parkin...
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Madison

Madison, river, 183 mi (295 km) long, rising in Yellowstone National Park, NW Wyo., and flowing W then N through SW Montana to join the Jefferson and Gallatin rivers at the Three Forks of the Missouri. It is impounded by Hebgen Dam in its upper course and by Madison Dam, a power facility, at midcour...
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Madison

State capital of Wisconsin, 193 km/120 mi northwest of Chicago and 120 km/74 mi west of Milwaukee, on an isthmus between lakes Mendota and Monona; seat of Dane County; population (2000 est) 208,100. It is the centre of a rich agricultural region; industries include agricultural machinery, meat packing, battery production, and me...
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Madison

[Amtrak station] Madison station`s unique feature is that its waiting area consists of gazebos. ...
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Madison

[name] Madison is a popular unisex given name in the United States, which has grown more popular for females in recent decades. From a practically non-existent girl`s name before 1985, Madison rose to being the second most popular name given to female babies in 2001. The rise in popularity is due to the 1984 movie Splash, where Daryl Hannah...
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Madison

[dog] Madison is a Labrador Retriever, and an animal actor best known for playing the role of Vincent the dog on the hit television series Lost. Even though she is female, she plays a male dog on the TV show Lost. ==Biography== Madison is from Hawaii, and her owner is Kim Stahl, an accountant and part-time dog trainer. Before becoming a per...
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Madison

[NJT station] Madison Station is a New Jersey Transit station in Madison, Morris County, New Jersey, United States, along the Morristown Line. The station was built in 1916 and donated to the community by Marcellus Hartley Dodge, Sr. and Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge. The tracks were elevated through the downtown and no established roadways w...
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Madison

[wrestler] Madison is a Canadian professional wrestler who got her start in NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling (ECCW) out of Vancouver. ==Early life== Before she began her career in professional wrestling, Madison won trophies in both swordfighting, racing motorbikes, and dated Mike Vickerman. ==Career== ===Training=== In May 2001...
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Madison

[dance] The Madison is a novelty dance that was popular in the late 1950s to mid-1960s. The Madison was created and first danced in Columbus, Ohio, in 1957. The local popularity of the dance and record in Baltimore, Maryland, came to the attention of the producers of The Buddy Deane Show in 1960. Picked up by dance shows across the country,...
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Madison

[town] ==Geography== According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of {convert|1.5|sqmi|km2}, of which, {convert|1.4|sqmi|km2} of it is land and {convert|0.01|sqmi|km2} of it (0.67%) is water. ==Demographics== As of the census of 2010, there were 6,279 people, 2,852 households, and 1,212 families residing in the to...
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Madison

[cycling] The madison is a team event in track cycling, named after the first Madison Square Garden in New York, and known as the `American race` in French (course à l`américaine) and in Italian and Spanish as Americana. ==History== The madison began as a way of circumventing laws passed in New York in the US, aimed at restricting the exh...
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Madison

A track race over a distance of 60km in which teams of two riders accumulate points in intermediate sprints. Named for Madison Square Garden in New York, where this type of race originated.
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madison

an endurance track race in which teams of two riders relay one another, one in the fray the other resting, usually a massed-start points race, often within a six-day race; named for its origin in Madison Square Garden in 1890s; also l'american.
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Madison

A team points race on the track. Teammates ride one at a time, taking turns as needed to sling each other into and out of the action. Named after Madison Square Gardens, where the races were first held. See Americaine.
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