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Brockton,

industrial city (1990 pop. 92,788), Plymouth co., E Mass.; settled c.1700, set off from Bridgewater 1821, inc. as a city 1881. It formerly had a large shoe and leather products industry. Textiles, clothing, machinery and machine tools, plastics, and electrical and electronic equipment are produced there. An art center and a historic museum are in Brockton. A state park is nearby.
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Buyer: Dunedin Property , JV between Brockton and Hansteen , Brockton Capital LLP
Parents from Brockton and Fitchburg held signs during the meeting that read, "My Child, My Choice'' and "School Choice is the Right Choice.
Patients within the Brockton practice will be able to take advantage of Gentle Dental's $57 New Patient Offer which includes X-rays, Exam, Cleaning, and Treatment Plan.
It's part of the history of Brockton,'' Mayor John T.
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first established in 1855, has poured gray iron castings to serve the needs of the construction industries of New England from its Brockton, Massachusetts, facilities since 1911.
Veolia Water's presence in Brockton marks the 22nd Canadian community served in the company's nearly 30-year operational history.
We are proud to have been associated with the long-standing traditions of The Patriot Ledger, The Brockton Enterprise and the Memorial Press Group, their intense commitment to their respective communities and we appreciate the dedication and steadfast spirit of their employees.
This strong upgrade comes at a time when the company has received a purchase order commitment from Brockton Capital Group valued at $600,000 and increasing in July 2006 to $2,000,000 per month.