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Trentonian

[tren′tō·nē·ən]
(geology)
A North American stage of geologic time; Middle Ordovician (above Wilderness, below Edenian); equivalent to the upper Mohawkian.
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They offered to add three Canadian corvettes to the roster--HMC Ships Alberni, Trentonian and Regina--but so far Global Affairs Canada has not placed a formal request.
The main ingredient, a processed meat product, is "pork roll" to most southern New Jerseyans and "Taylor Ham" to northerners, according to The Trentonian.
Alito's mother, Rose, told the Trentonian that many of her son's peers got caught up in the counterculture, "but not Sam.
and from 1993-1997, he was managing editor of The Trentonian of Trenton, N.
Dave Neese, Opinion, Prosecution Takes a Bridge Scandal Too Far, The Trentonian (May 10, 2015), http://www.
He started with the company at The Trentonian in Trenton, N.
Government, the Trentonian later noted, would become Trenton's business "for generations to come.
Detroit Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva testified Tuesday that he was swindled out of $250,000 by his fellow Connecticut alum, The Trentonian newspaper reported.
net/story/juvenile053010; Juvie Center Closing Could Give Teen Thugs Their Freedom, TRENTONIAN, May 21, 2009, http://www.
Associated Press 2010, 'Nets One of Many Teams Courting LeBron', The Trentonian, 2 July, www.
The Trentonian, a New Jersey newspaper, said officials advised the 66-year-old former president not to travel on the Virgin Atlantic flight and according to another newspaper, he was shifted to a local hotel, while security agencies inspected all luggage from the plane at Newark airport in the neighbouring state of New Jersey.
which owns the New Haven Register, Trentonian and Daily Local News of West Chester, Pa.