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Framingham

(frā`mĭnghăm'), town (1990 pop. 64,994), Middlesex co., E Mass., on the Sudbury River between Worcester and Boston; settled 1650, inc. 1700. Framingham's diverse industries have included textiles, carpets, and automobiles, but the city is now a high-technology and biotechnology center whose products include sound systems, computer components and software, labratory equipment, processed foods, and asphalt. Framingham State Univ., an art museum, and the Garden in the Woods are in the town, which is also a residential and commercial suburb.
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"Although we did not find an association between stroke and dementia and the consumption of sugary drinks, this certainly does not mean they are a healthy option." The research, published in journal Stroke, is based on a heart health study involving residents in Framingham, Massachusetts.
It will offer energy savings, through solar net metering credits, to the Town of Framingham, Massachusetts, an early supporter of the project.
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In 1976, TJ Maxx was founded in Framingham, Massachusetts by Bernard Cammarata, as a nameplate of the Zayre chain of discount department stores.
A critical goal is to make sure the providers that plan sponsors work with have equally impassable systems in place, says Gary Sutherland, chief executive of North American Professional Liability Insurance Agency, in Framingham, Massachusetts. "They will want to protect sensitive or confidential employee data that's shared or used by the recordkeeper or TPA [third-party administrator] handling their plan," he says.
EMILIO BRANDOLINI ATTEMPTED to sign up for the US Army after graduating from high school in Framingham, Massachusetts, in May 1942, but he was rejected.
He raised his family in Framingham, Massachusetts and retired in Kernersville, North Carolina.Paul honorably served his Country as a United States Navy Veteran.
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The study included 1,932 participants in a long-running health study in Framingham, Massachusetts. Researchers knew who was close friends with whom from the 1970s to the early 2000s because of information gathered for the study.
BlackBerry's share of the global smartphone market fell to 2.9 per cent in the second quarter from 4.9 per cent a year earlier, behind Microsoft Corp's Windows Phone platform, Apple Inc.'s iOS and Google Inc's market-leading Android, according to IDC, based in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Rezwan Ferdaus was arrested in Framingham, Massachusetts, after undercover federal agents delivered materials he had allegedly requested, including grenades, machine guns and what he thought was 24 pounds of C-4 explosive.