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Abington,

township (1990 pop. 59,084), Montgomery co., SE Pa., a residential suburb of Philadelphia; settled 1696, inc. 1906. The site of combat during the Revolutionary War, Abington has abrasives and other light manufacturing industries. A campus of Pennsylvania State Univ. is there.
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Owner Tom Hamilton, of Kirkton Farm, in Abington, said: "I was glad I didn't hear a crash or anything because I couldn't see the road."
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The Montgomery County Courthouse in Pennsylvania will soon be overrun with junior litigators from Abington High School thanks to an internship program initiated by Judge Gary Silow, an alumni.
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