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us: Boston (Mass.)


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    • us: City of Boston (Mass.)
    • us: Beantown (Mass.)
    • us: بوسطن (Mass.)
    • us: Būsṭun (Mass.)
    • us: Бостон (Mass.)
    • us: Горад Бостан (Mass.)
    • us: Horad Bostan (Mass.)
    • us: Бостан (Mass.)
    • us: Bostan (Mass.)
    • us: Бостън (Mass.)
    • us: Bostŭn (Mass.)
    • us: Βοστώνη (Mass.)
    • us: Vostōnē (Mass.)
    • us: Bostono (Mass.)
    • us: بوستون (Mass.)
    • us: Pô-sṳ-tun (Mass.)
    • us: 보스턴 (Mass.)
    • us: Bosŭt'ŏn (Mass.)
    • us: Posŭt'ŏn (Mass.)
    • us: Pokekona (Mass.)
    • us: בוסטון (Mass.)
    • us: Bostonia (Mass.)
    • us: Bostona (Mass.)
    • us: Bostonas (Mass.)
    • us: ボストン (Mass.)
    • us: באסטאן (Mass.)
    • us: Bostons (Mass.)
    • us: 波士顿 (Mass.)
    • us: Boshidun (Mass.)
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    • found: U. S. Engineer Dept. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. Port and terminal facilities at the port of Boston ... 1941
    • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 20, 2013 (Boston is the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the state's largest city, and the county seat of Suffolk County. It was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 and was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston) August 8, 2015 (Boston; capital and largest city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; City of Boston; county seat of Suffolk County until Massachusetts disbanded county government in 1999; Nicknames: Beantown; The Hub; The Cradle of Liberty; The Cradle of Modern America; The Athens of America; The Walking City; 42°21ʹ29ʺN 71°03ʹ49ʺW) Arabic page (بوسطن = Būsṭun) Bashkir page (Бостон = Boston) Belarusian page (Горад Бостан = Horad Bostan; Бостан = Bostan) Bulgarian page (Бостън = Bostŭn) Greek page (Βοστώνη = Vostōnē) Esperanto page (Bostono) Persian page (بوستون = Būstūn) Irish page (Bostún) Hakka Chinese page (Pô-sṳ-tun)
    • found: Wikipedia, August 8, 2015: Korean page (보스턴 = Bosŭt'ŏn) Hawaiian page (Pokekona) Hebrew page (בוסטון = Bosṭon) Latin page (Bostonia) Latvian page (Bostona) Lithuanian page (Bostonas) Japanese page (ボストン = Bosuton) Yiddish page (באסטאן = Bosṭon) Samogitian page (Bostons) Chinese page (波士顿 = Boshidun)
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    • 1979-06-08: new
    • 2015-08-10: revised
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