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Ab•ing•ton

(ˈæb ɪŋ tən)

n.
a town in SE Pennsylvania. 59,084.
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Crews from as far afield as Larkhall and Biggar were scrambled to join those from Moffat and Abington at the scene.
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22 May 2019 - Massachusetts, US-based community bank Abington Bank has closed a merger with Pilgrim Bank, a member of the Hometown Financial Group, MHC, the bank said.
Pennsylvania State University Abington was awarded a $17.3 million donation from former student Stephen Taub to support transformative global engagement programs and scholarships for students.
On the civic front, Rothman is Commissioner of Abington Township, Pennsylvania, Ward 3 and a member of the Board of Directors at the Abington Art Center.
Whitmans, the East Village burger joint home to the acclaimed "Juicy Lucy" has inked a 10-year lease at Abington House on the High Line.
The bizarre event, which caused tailbacks on the road, was reported by Traffic Scotland at Junction 13 of the M74, near Abington, in South Lanarkshire.