Meriden


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Mer·i·den

 (mĕr′ĭ-dən)
A city of south-central Connecticut north-northeast of New Haven. Settled in 1661, it was once a center of the silverware industry.

Mer•i•den

(ˈmɛr ɪ dn)

n.
a city in central Connecticut. 58,660.
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She had been less fortunate in her inquiries than Iggulden, for her Aunt Sydney of Meriden (a badged and certificated Daughter of the Revolution to boot) answered her inquiries with a two-paged discourse on patriotism, the leaflets of a Village Improvement Society, of which she was president, and a demand for an overdue subscription to a Factory Girls' Reading Circle.
They upheld the decision made by Cabinet portfolio holder and former mayor, Councillor Ken Hawkins to withdraw council funding for Meriden Adventure Playground based in Chelmsley Wood.
Tenders are invited for Avon C50 CBRN Protective Masks for the Meriden Police Department
As exclusively revealed by the Telegraph, the new parliamentary constituency boundaries would see Knowle and Meriden move into Coventry as part of a seat named 'Coventry West and Meriden'.
EDT -- Media reports from Meriden, Connecticut, now say that reports of a gunman at the Westfield-Meriden Mall are "unfounded.
com)-- Westfield Shopping Centers is proud to announce the grand opening of F21 Red, which will open its first store in Connecticut at Westfield Meriden Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 10 a.
Worksop-based Anpario, which supplies to the global agriculture and aquaculture markets, has bought Bedfordshire-based Meriden Animal Health.
A: The Meriden was one of the inexpensive rifles made around the turn of the last century by a company wholly owned by Sears, Roebuck & Co.
The consultation comes as a planning inquiry into the illegal gypsy camp at Meriden resumes next week.
a Bohemia, New York-based supplier of educational materials and services, has signed a long-term lease for 26,000 s/f of warehouse space at the Meriden Enterprise Center, 290 Pratt Street, Meriden.
In July 2008, the NCUA closed and liquidated the $338,000 Meriden Franco-American Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Meriden, Conn.
Born in Meriden, CT, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Mary (Taylor) Gubala.