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(no͞o`bərg, nyo͞o`–), city (1990 pop. 26,454), Orange co., SE N.Y., on the west bank of the Hudson River, opposite Beacon; settled 1709 by Palatine Germans, inc. 1800. The city has become an area wholesale and trucking center that ships fruit and dairy products. Manufactures include transportation equipment, machinery, scientific instruments, apparel, and plastic and metal products. Newburgh has many historic structures, and serious preservation efforts began in the 1990s. Hasbrouck House (1750; now a museum) was Washington's headquarters from Apr., 1782, to Aug., 1783. It was in Newburgh that the Continental Army was disbanded. Mt. St. Mary College is in the city. West PointWest Point,
U.S. military post, since 1802 seat of the United States Military Academy. On the high west bank of the Hudson River N of New York City, West Point was the site of Revolutionary forts guarding the Hudson. Constitution Island, in the river, is also in the reservation.
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 is located a few miles to the south.
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Newburg and others hope to extract knowledge from breast milk components to thwart disease in babies not receiving this superfood.
Powers and his wife Betty hosted the Waughs in their apartment and served lobster Newburg. Probably for this dinner party Powers searched the Twin Cities for suitable wine.
Protection of the immune system of the developing gut was shown by Newburg and Walker.
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The department said its analysis of harm and benefits related to the application included air quality impact tests, traffic analysis, penalties for truck violations, a noise study, and a study of impact fees given to Newburg borough.
Based on influences from Native American tribes, the European settlers, the African-Americans and the Latin influences from the south, the US has brought us many classics like Oysters Rockefeller, Lobster Newburg, Caesar Salad, the chili con carne, the classic hamburger, clam chowder, Devils Food Cake and many, many more.
When this occurs, distinctions between the self and non-self disappear and a feeling of transcendence results (Newburg, D'Aquili, and Rause, 2001).
The menu, as you will have guessed, offers Maine lobster in many guises: steamed, broiled, baked, in the shell and out, nicely sauced (Thermidore or Newburg) or simply paired with drawn butter.
Some of these include his commitment to the library's master capital expansion plan, which resulted in the opening of the Newburg branch even after the rejection of a dedicated library tax; his response to the flood of 2009 that damaged the main library; and his partnership with Louisville schools to bring Student Power Plus cards to students that give them access to library services along with discounts for other goods and services.
The wild man stood "about seven feet tall, entirely nude, covered with black hair, with a long beard and with teeth which project from its mouth like fangs" (Newburg Daily Express 1895; New York Daily Herald 1895).
"This could match well with Lobster Newburg," said Von Bair.
"Bill was the leader through the general business population," says Bill Newburg, vice president, risk, of Ross Stores, a Pleasanton, Calif.-based operator of two chains of off-price retail apparel and home accessories stores in the United States.