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 (vĭn′lənd, vīn′-)
A city of southern New Jersey south-southwest of Philadelphia. It was established in 1861 as an agricultural settlement.
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(Placename) a variant spelling of Vinland
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(ˈvaɪn lənd)

a city in S New Jersey. 54,750.
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My title promises a defense of a particular text, but Vineland (1990) merits consideration not only on the grounds of its literary quality but because examining its initial critical reception reveals ways that narratives about radical politics in the late twentieth century need closer scrutiny.
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