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A·re·ci·bo

 (ä′rə-sē′bō)
A city of northern Puerto Rico on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the site of an observatory with the world's largest radio telescope.

A•re•ci•bo

(ˌɑr əˈsi boʊ)

n.
a seaport in N Puerto Rico. 90,960.
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