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Bloo·ming·ton

 (blo͞o′mĭng-tən)
1. A city of central Illinois east-southeast of Peoria.
2. A city of south-central Indiana south-southwest of Indianapolis. Indiana University (established 1820) is located here.

Bloomington

(ˈbluːmɪŋtən)
n
(Placename) a city in central Indiana: seat of the University of Indiana (1820). Pop: 70 642 (2003 est)

Bloo•ming•ton

(ˈblu mɪŋ tən)

n.
1. a city in SE Minnesota. 87,090.
2. a city in S Indiana. 54,850.
3. a city in central Illinois. 51,972.
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Noun1.Bloomington - a university town in south central Indiana
Hoosier State, Indiana, IN - a state in midwestern United States
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15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Meetings Quest, the nation's longest-running series of educational and networking events for association, corporate, government and religious meeting planners, has partnered with the Bloomington (Minnesota) Convention & Visitors Bureau and will be held July 13--14, 2016, at the new JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America.
The Bloomington Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) has emerged from the Great Recession in reasonably good shape, and the forecast for the Bloomington area is reasonably good too.
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Service between Bloomington Normal and Orlando will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 25 May 2012, on 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft.
AP) -- Ivy Tech Community College has named its main facility in Bloomington for a longtime executive of the Cook Group medical device company and his wife.
The Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau (http://www.
Indiana's Bloomington Herald-Times created an online database of concealed carry permit holders, and Harley-Davidson of Bloomington is concerned.
Bloomington High football coach Don Markham, a well-known figure in San Fernando Valley circles who played at Birmingham High in Lake Balboa and coached at L.
Known as the Bloomington Life Sciences Partnership, the team was formed in February 2003 as a program of Bloomington Economic Development Corp.
In April I flew from my home in New York City to Bloomington (45 minutes' drive south of the Indianapolis airport), a place I hadn't visited in over 20 years, to substantiate the small town's new claim as a Midwest gay mecca.
Peters recently served as agribusiness director for Radio Bloomington, where he was responsible for reporting agribusiness news stories for five radio stations in central Illinois, including Bloomington-based station WJBC.

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