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Hingham

(hĭng`əm), resort town (1990 pop. 19,821), Plymouth co., E Mass., S of Boston, on the south shore of Hingham Bay; inc. 1635. Hingham is primarily residential with some diverse light industry. Its bay shore draws annual visitors. The Old Ship Church (1681), a fine example of American Gothic architecture, is one of the oldest houses of worship in the United States and has been in continuous use since it was built.
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Sandra Price, of Hingham, Norfolk, sent a series of "offensive" and "intrusive" letters to the 63-year-old star of Judge John Deed and The Professionals.
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