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Stock·ton

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A city of central California on the San Joaquin River south of Sacramento. Settled in 1848 just prior to the gold rush, it is an inland port and agricultural center.

Stockton

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(Placename) an inland port in central California, on the San Joaquin River: seat of the University of the Pacific (1851). Pop: 271 466 (2003 est)

Stockton

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(Biography) 1st Earl of. title of (Maurice Harold) Macmillan

Stock•ton

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n.
a city in central California, on the San Joaquin River. 232,660.
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1827: The first friction matches were sold in Stockton, England, by their inventor, chemist John Walker.