Baltimore

noun the largest city in Maryland; a major seaport and industrial center
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Baltimore

[magazine] Baltimore is a regional monthly magazine published in Baltimore, Maryland by Rosebud Entertainment L.L.C., a company owned by Steve Geppi. It is the oldest continuously published city magazine in the continental U.S. and was first printed in 1907 by the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce. In 1977, Philip Merrill`s Capital-Gazette Comm...
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Baltimore

[tug] Baltimore is a preserved steam-powered tugboat, built in 1906 by the Skinner Shipbuilding Company of Baltimore, Maryland. She is the oldest operating steam tugboat in the United States. Baltimore was built and operated as a harbor inspection tug, capable of acting as a municipal tugboat for city barges, as well as an official welcomin...
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Baltimore

Baltimore, city (1990 pop. 736,014), N central Md., surrounded by but politically independent of Baltimore co., on the Patapsco River estuary, an arm of Chesapeake Bay; inc. 1745. The largest city in the state, it is a commercial and industrial center, a major railhead, and a seaport with extensive ...
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Baltimore

city, north-central Maryland, U.S., about 40 miles (65 km) northeast of Washington, D.C. It lies at the head of the Patapsco River estuary, 15 miles ... [6 related articles]
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Baltimore

county, north-central Maryland, U.S. It almost surrounds (but excludes) the city of Baltimore and is bounded by Pennsylvania to the north, the ...
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Baltimore

Industrial port and largest city in Maryland, on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay, 50 km/31 mi northeast of Washington, DC; population (2000 est) 651,200. Industries include shipbuilding, oil refining, food processing, and the manufacture of steel, chemicals, and aerospace equipment. The city was named after George Calvert, 1st Lord Balt...
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Baltimore

The USS Baltimore was an American Baltimore Class heavy cruiser of 13600 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Baltimore was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and carried a complement of 1700 and four aircraft. She was armed with nine 8 inch guns; twelve 5 inch guns; forty-four 40 mm anti-...
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Baltimore

[n] - the largest city in Maryland
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