Waterford

Irish glass was produced at Waterford from 1729. Flint glass was superseded by the fine-quality lead crystal for which the town is best known in 1783. From then until it closed in 1851 the factory produced various tablewares, including bowls, glasses and decanters. The bluish tinge often said to distinguish Waterford glass is a myth. A new factory …...

Waterford

[Parliament of Ireland constituency] http://books.google.com/books?id=It5DAAAAIAAJ The owned main line extends westwardly from Colver Heights to Dobson Junction, thence northwardly to Manver, a distance of 20.759 miles, with a branch line of 4.209 miles from Rexis to Dobson Junction and one of 12.519 miles from Regan Junction to Revloc, a t...
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Waterford

[n] - a port city in southern Ireland
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Waterford

noun a port city in southern Ireland; famous for glass industry
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Waterford

county in the province of Munster, southern Ireland. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the south and from west to east by Counties Cork, ...
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Waterford

city, port, county borough of County Waterford, and the major town of southeastern Ireland. It is on the south bank of the River Suir, 4 miles (6 km) ...
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Waterford

town (township), New London county, southeastern Connecticut, U.S., on Long Island Sound just west of the city of New London. The area, settled about ...
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Waterford

Waterford (wô'turfurd) , county (1991 pop. 91,624), 710 sq mi (1,839 sq km), S Republic of Ireland. The county seat is the port town of Waterford. Although the terrain is largely hilly, there are lowlands in the east. Principal rivers are the Blackwater, the Bride, and the Suir, which form...
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Waterford

Waterford, town (1991 pop. 41,853), seat of Co. Waterford, S Republic of Ireland, on the Suir River near the head of Waterford Harbour. The port town is a center for the export of fruit, meat, and the famous Waterford crystal. Other industries are fishing, food processing, and the manufacture of foo...
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Waterford

Waterford, town (1990 pop. 17,930), New London co., SE Conn., on Long Island Sound; settled c.1653, inc. as a separate town from New London, 1801. Mainly residential, it has a recording and film studio, a major retail center, and light industry; commercial and sport fishing are also of economic impo...
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Waterford

(county) County of the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster; county town Waterford; area 1,840 sq km/710 sq mi; population (2002) County including city 101,550. Other towns include Dungarvon, Lismore, and Tramore. The chief rivers are the Suir and the Blackwater;...
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