brunswick

  1. a university town in southwestern Maine
  2. a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast; a port of entry
  3. a city in central Germany

Brunswick

[n] - a university town in southwestern Maine 2. [n] - a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast
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Brunswick

(city) Industrial city in Lower Saxony, Germany, on the River Oker, 56 km/35 mi southeast of Hannover; population (2003 est) 243,700. Its major industry is metalworking. Other manufacturing includes chemical engineering, precision engineering, food processing, and the manufacture of mo...
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Brunswick

[clothing] A Brunswick gown or Brunswick is a two-piece woman`s gown of the mid-eighteenth century. The Brunswick comprises a hip-length jacket with a high neckline and a hood, worn with a matching petticoat. The jacket sleeves consist of an upper sleeve with flounces at the elbow and a tight, wrist-length lower sleeve. The Brunswick is one...
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Brunswick

[Gary] Brunswick is a neighborhood in northwestern Gary, Indiana, just south of Gary Chicago Airport. It borders Hammond and East Chicago to the west, and the Gary neighborhoods of Ambridge Mann to the east and Westside to the south. The borders are defined by the Indiana Toll Road on the north, Chase Street on the east, the Norfolk Souther...
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Brunswick

[German city] ==Fall 2013== ==Spring 2013== ==Fall 2012== ==Spring 2012== ==Fall 2011== ...
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Brunswick

[Hove] Brunswick Town is an area in Hove, in the city of Brighton and Hove, England. It is best known for the Regency architecture of the Brunswick estate. ==History== Originally, the area had been part of Wick Farm. Then in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, nearby Brighton had become very fashionable, especially amongst the top tier ...
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Brunswick

[MARC station] ==Gallery== File:Downtown Brunswick 009.jpg|station house File:1102_Brunswick_Maryland_station_edit.jpg|Trackside shot of the station house File:Marctrain.jpg|MARC commuter train conductors catching up with local news on a foggy morning ...
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Brunswick

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: City in lower Saxony, central Germany, on the Oker River.
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Brunswick

Brunswick (brŭnz'wik) , Ger. Braunschweig (broun'shfīk) , former state, central Germany, surrounded by the former Prussian provinces of Saxony, Hanover, and Westphalia. The region of Braunschweig is situated on the North German plain and in the northern foothills of the Harz Mts....
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Brunswick

Brunswick or Braunschweig (broun'shvīk) , city (1994 pop. 256,270), Lower Saxony, central Germany, on the Oker River. It is an industrial and commercial center; its major industry is metalworking. Other manufactures include pianos, electronic equipment, food products, and printed materials...
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Brunswick

Brunswick was a distinguished German family founded by Albert Azo II., Marquis of Reggio and Modena, a descendant, by the female line, of Charlemagne. In 1047 he married Cunigunda, heiress of the Counts of Altorf, thus uniting the two houses of Este and Guelph. From his son, Guelph, who was created Duke of Bavaria in 1071, and married Judith of Fla...
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Brunswick

city, seat (1777) of Glynn county, southeastern Georgia, U.S. It lies on St. Simons Sound and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, about 75 miles (120 ...
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Brunswick

One of the big two bowling firms in the country along with AMF. They have a full line of capital equ
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Brunswick

town, Cumberland county, southwestern Maine, U.S., at the falls of the Androscoggin River, 26 miles (42 km) northeast of Portland. First known as ...
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