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Wayland,

town (1990 pop. 11,874), Middlesex co., E Mass., W of Boston; settled c.1638, inc. 1835. Electronic and chemical research is carried on there.
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(11) This initial listening public also included a surprisingly large contingent engaged with the military-industrial complex, as Wayland's military background inspired much of the story and spawned references to specific people with whom he served.