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Garfield,

industrial city (1990 pop. 26,727), Bergen co., NE N.J., on the Passaic at its confluence with the Saddle River; settled 1679 by the Dutch, inc. 1898. Manufactures include paper products, rubber, and printing machinery.
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Garfield

lazy gourmand, impudent to its master. [Amer. Comics: Garfield]
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Garfield

James Abram. 1831--81, 20th president of the US (1881); assassinated in office
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