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Malden

(môl`dən), city (1990 pop. 53,884), Middlesex co., E Mass., a suburb of Boston, in the Mystic valley; settled 1640, inc. 1882. Among its varied manufactures are electronic parts, metal cans, paint, clothing, and rubber footwear. A number of old historic churches are there. Michael WigglesworthWigglesworth, Michael,
1631–1705, American clergyman and poet, b. England, grad. Harvard, 1651. His family emigrated to New England in 1638. A devoted minister at Malden, Mass., he also practiced medicine and wrote didactic poetry.
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 was minister in Malden for many years, and Adoniram JudsonJudson, Adoniram
, 1788–1850, American Baptist missionary, b. Malden, Mass. At Andover Theological Seminary, he became the leader of a missionary movement out of which grew the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.
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 was born there.
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Bob Button, CDM Smith Director said the company had been searching for a way to give back to the Malden community as they have worked in the city repairing sidewalks and streets this past year.
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ML Athletics and Lynnfield Boot Camp launched a new location in the greater Boston area on Monday, November 1st at the Malden YMCA located on Dartmouth Street in Malden, MA.
The partnership between Malden High School and BHCC has been a great success because it provides convenience for residents and a more seamless transition for high school students to college," said BHCC President Mary L.
Mr Prior arrived a full hour ahead of his 10am shift yesterday at the New Malden branch, where he is employed to meet and greet shoppers on the door and was left overwhelmed by the friends and colleagues who had turned out to wish him a happy birthday.
Malden was best known for roles in films such as A Streetcar Named Desire, On the Waterfront and Patton.
LIKE many an actor deprived of matinee-idol good looks, Karl Malden made a career of supporting roles.
London, July 02(ANI): Oscar winning actor Karl Malden has died at the age of 97 at his home in Los Angeles.
Malden was bestknown forhis role as Lieutenant Mike Stone in TV cop show The Streets Of San Francisco - and for his big nose.
Malden won an Academy Award and an Emmy in a screen career spanning seven decades.
Back when we could still have faith in our institutions - financial and otherwise - it made absolute sense for American Express to tap Karl Malden as the signature TV spokesman for their famous motto "Don't Leave Home Without It.
Karl Malden, the bulbous-nosed actor who won an Academy Award for his supporting role in "Streetcar Named Desire" and became a fixture in American Express Co.