princeton

  1. a university town in central New Jersey
  2. a university in New Jersey

Princeton

(from the article `naval ship`) ...the U.S. Navy and the inventive skill of John Ericsson, a Swede whom Stockton brought to America, the United States launched the world`s first ...
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Princeton

[n] - a university town in central New Jersey
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Princeton

noun a university town in central New Jersey
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Princeton

[Amtrak station] Princeton Amtrak station is a train station located at 107 Bicentennial Drive in Princeton, Illinois. The station was built in 1911 by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad and is listed as `Princeton City` on the Amtrak website and the List of Amtrak stations. Amtrak, the Illinois Department of Transportation and the...
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Princeton

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Princeton

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Princeton

[given name] Princeton is the given name of: ...
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Princeton

[NJT station] Plans to relocate Princeton Station 460 ft (140 m) south, proposed by the university and approved by NJT and the Princeton Regional Planning Board, have been met with opposition from some commuters, residents, alumni, and transportation advocates. Initial studies to build a bus transitway along the Dinky right-of-way as part o...
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Princeton

borough (town) and township, Mercer county, western New Jersey, U.S. It lies along the Millstone River, 11 miles (18 km) northeast of Trenton. The ...
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Princeton

city, seat (1837) of Mercer county, southern West Virginia, U.S., about 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Bluefield. The site was settled in 1826 and ...
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Princeton

Princeton is an English name for boys. The meaning is `royal son` The name Princeton is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Branston, Prinze
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Princeton

Princeton, borough (1990 pop. 12,016) and surrounding township (1990 pop. 13,198), Mercer co., W central N.J.; settled late 1600s, borough inc. 1813, township est. 1838. A leading education center, it is the seat of Princeton Univ., the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Theological Seminary, W...
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Princeton

The USS Princeton was an American Essex Class fleet aircraft carrier of 27100 tons displacement launched in 1945. The USS Princeton was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots. She carried a complement of 2900 and normally 82 aircraft though up to 103 could be carried. She was armed with ten 5 inch guns; sevent...
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Princeton

Town and borough in Mercer County, west-central New Jersey, USA, 80 km/50 mi southwest of New York; population (2000 est) 14,200. It is the seat of Princeton University, fourth oldest university in the USA, which was founded as the College of New Jersey at Elizabethtown in 1746, and relocated to Princeton in 1756. The town is a centre f...
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