Salem

(from the article `R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings`) ...introduced the popular Prince Albert pipe tobacco. In 1913 it introduced a new cigarette, a blend of American and Turkish tobaccos, called Camel. ...
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Salem

[n] - capital of the state of Oregon in the northwestern part of the state on the Willamette River 2. [n] - a city in northeastern Massachusetts 3. [n] - a city in southern India
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Salem

capital of Oregon noun capital of the state of Oregon in the northwestern part of the state on the Willamette River
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Salem

[Amtrak station] ==History== This station was constructed for the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1918 and is the third station to be built at this location. The two previous stations were built in 1871 and 1889. The 1871 depot burned down in 1885. The Queen Anne-style 1889 depot burned down on March 5, 1917. The current Beaux-Arts-style struc...
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Salem

[Lok Sabha constituency] Salem, Tamil Nadu is a Lok Sabha (Parliament of India) constituency in Tamil Nadu ==Assembly segments== Salem Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments: ==Members of the Parliament== == Election results == ...
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Salem

[MBTA station] During an April 2013 passenger count, Salem averaged 2,122 inbound weekday boardings, making it the second-busiest station (after Providence) on the system except for the downtown terminals. ==History== The Salem station was originally in what is now Riley Plaza, just south of the downtown businesses along Washington Street. ...
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Salem

[name] Salem (سالم, properly transliterated as Sālim ; it can also be a transliteration of the שָׁלֵם Shalem ; the Arabic name is also transliterated as Salim ) is an Arabic given name and surname, a Sephardic Jewish surname of Hebrew origin, and an English origin surname. In addition, when transliterated the name Salim (س...
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Salem

[supertanker] Salem was a crude oil tanker which on 17 January 1980 was sunk in part of a $100-million fraud off the Senegalese coast. == History == === Ship === The tanker was commissioned in 1969 in Stockholm for Salénrederierna AB and built at the Kockums shipyard in Malmö. In 1977 Salénrederierna sold the tanker to Pimmerton Shipping...
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Salem

[video game] Salem is a Java based free-to-play MMORPG, subtitled the Crafting MMO, currently under development by Seatribe and scheduled for release during 2014. It is the spiritual heir of Seatribe`s first MMO Haven and Hearth, borrowing many features from its predecessor. The game is set in a fantastic 17th century New England featuring ...
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Salem

Capital of Oregon, in Marion County (of which it is administrative headquarters) and Polk County, on the Willamette River, 84 km/53 mi south of Portland; population (2000 est) 136,900. It is a distribution and processing centre for timber from the Cascades forests to the east, and fruit and vegetables from the fertile Willamette farmlands. ...
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Salem

capital of Oregon, U.S., and the seat (1849) of Marion county. It lies along the Willamette River, 43 miles (69 km) southwest of Portland. Methodist ... [1 related articles]
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Salem

city, Columbiana county, northeastern Ohio, U.S., 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Youngstown. It was settled in 1803 by Quakers from Salem, N.J., and ...
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Salem

city, Essex county, northeastern Massachusetts, U.S. It lies on Salem Bay Harbor (an inlet of Massachusetts Bay), 16 miles (26 km) northeast of ... [2 related articles]
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Salem

city, seat (1694) of Salem county, southwestern New Jersey, U.S. It lies along the Salem River near the latter`s confluence with the Delaware River, ...
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Salem

city, seat (1823) of Marion county, south-central Illinois, U.S. It lies about 70 miles (115 km) east of St. Louis, Missouri. It was first settled ...
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Salem

city, seat (1851) of Dent county, southeast-central Missouri, U.S., situated in the Ozark Mountains between the Current and Meramec rivers. ...
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Salem

county, southwestern New Jersey, U.S. It comprises a coastal lowland bounded by Delaware to the west (the Delaware River constituting the border), ...
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Salem

Salem (sā'lum) [Heb.,=peace], in the Bible, royal city of Melchizedek, traditionally identified with Jerusalem.
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Salem

Salem is a Hebrew name for boys and girls. The meaning is `peace` The name Salem is most commonly given to American girls. In Scotland, Italia, Belgi?nd France it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Salama The name sounds like: Saleem, Selim, Slim, Salomo Similar names are: Alem, Calum, Clem, Halim, Hallem, Sal, Sa...
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Salem, city (1991 pop. 578,291), Tamil Nadu state, SE India. There are manufactures in chemicals, electrical products, tools, and brass goods; handloom weaving remains a significant industry. Iron and manganese mining are important in the surrounding region, as is agriculture. Salem has several coll...
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The white grape variety (also Rogers 22) is an interspecific new breed between Carter x Black Hamburg ( Schiava Grossa ). They are genes of Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera contain. The intersection of hybrid took place in the mid-19th century in the USA through ES Rogers in Salem / Massachusetts, It is called Kelter- and table grape used. No stoc...
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Salem

town (township), Rockingham county, southeastern New Hampshire, U.S., just west of Haverhill, Massachusetts. The town includes the communities of ...
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Salem

town, north-central Tamil Ndu state, southeastern India. It is on the Tirumanimuttar River near ttr Gap between the Kalryan and Pachamalai hills. ...
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