Wareham


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Wareham

(wâr`əm, –hăm'), town (1990 pop. 19,232), Plymouth co., SE Mass., on an inlet of Buzzards BayBuzzards Bay,
inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 30 mi (48 km) long, from 5 to 10 mi (8–16 m) wide, SE Mass., connected with Cape Cod Bay by the Cape Cod Canal and bounded on the SE by the Elizabeth Islands. Its shores are very irregular. The village of Buzzards Bay (1990 pop.
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; settled 1678, inc. 1739. It is a resort as well as a shipping point for cranberries and shellfish.
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Cobb, "She's been to Wareham and stayed over night; that isn't much to be journey-proud on!"
I'm going to school right along now when I'm living with aunt Mirandy, and in two years I'm going to the seminary at Wareham; mother says it ought to be the making of me!
I suppose it's bigger and grander even than Wareham; more like Paris?
There might be ogres and giants under the stairs, --but, as I tell Hannah, there MIGHT be elves and fairies and enchanted frogs!--Is there a main street to the village, like that in Wareham?"
Wareham was sent off in second-half injury-time for denying a goalscoring opportunity by handling outside of the area - just minutes after Blackburn striker Sophie Jones was given her marching orders for a studs up challenge into the chest of the Newcastle stopper.
Young Artist Showcase, Worcester Organ Concert Series, featuring organist Grant Wareham
Gru Rhys and Dean Wareham headline on July 26 and e Hidden Cameras and Withered Hand headline on July 27.
Debbie Wareham, a trustee/director of the Ships' Timbers Museum project, said: "From our initial exploratory work our interpretation is that the object is a stone plinth.
Huddersfield rider Alastair Wareham (Team Swift) and teammate Simon Beldon were an impressive fourth place out of 34 teams in the Hull Thursday RC 2-up 24 mile time trial.
The Bad Tempered Gardener by Anne Wareham (Frances Lincoln, pounds 16.99) What's it about?
West Wareham, MA, February 28, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Calorique, LLC is pleased to announce that Eddie Gilmartin has been recognized as one of the prestigious Irish Echo's "Top 40 Under 40" for 2011.
The video footage taken near Wareham station in Dorset shows the woman running across the tracks while other pedestrians wait patiently for the train to pass.