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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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24, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Launching a new website only months ago, Langan Volkswagen Meriden is providing drivers in the Meriden, Connecticut area with an online hub for service tips and information.
Meriden, Connecticut, is a struggling, former industrial city, once known for its silver manufacturing, lamp producers, military product development, and automotive component assembly plants.
The company has also acquired Cowles & Connell based in Brewster, New York and Meriden, Connecticut.
American Wood & Tile, a floor contractor specializing in hardwood installation, refinishing, and repairs, is proud to serve clients in Meriden, Connecticut and across the surrounding region.
Reporters in Meriden, Connecticut, north of New York, have taken an interest in the dispute and have been following the developments using Twitter and the Birmingham Post website.
He served as counselor in a residential facility in Meriden, Connecticut and later became the Executive Director of the Wethersfield Avenue Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
Under the agreement, Infinex will continue to be led by Stephen Amarante, president and CEO of Infinex, and will operate out of both Meriden, Connecticut, and Glen Allen, Virginia.
Both establishments are in close driving proximity to major Connecticut cities--Mallory Brook Plaza, located in Barkhamsted, Connecticut is approximately 20 miles away from Hartford and Lincoln Plaza, located in Meriden, Connecticut is approximately 20 miles away from New Haven.
Your magazine--above all of the others--has been the saving grace for many kids out here in Meriden, Connecticut.
Martha Savage teaches art at Thomas Edison Middle School in Meriden, Connecticut.
A jury in Meriden, Connecticut, placed part of the blame for a young bullying victim's suicide on the child's mother, agreeing with prosecutors that by disregarding her troubled son's problems and waiting too long to seek help for him, she contributed to his death.