- a seaport in N Delaware, on the Delaware River.
- a seaport in SE North Carolina, on the Cape Fear River.
- a city in NE Massachusetts.
- a town in SW Ohio.
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Examples from the Web for wilmington
The first—and it turns out, only—stop was Douglass Academy, a new charter school in downtown Wilmington.
Its target population is children in several Wilmington housing projects.
But time was running out for the Wilmington black community.
Two days after the election, Waddell led a mob in destroying [Wilmington's leading black newspaper].
The real vice president was born in Scranton, Pa., but moved to Wilmington, Del., in 1953.Speed Read: 11 Best Bits from Joe Biden Satire ‘The President of Vice’
January 19, 2013
The Colonel got on board and bidding us "good-night," went on to Wilmington.Among the Pines
James R. Gilmore
But he was then living near Wilmington, Delaware, and the news was long in reaching him.
The “Letters” were published in the same year, 1796, in Wilmington, Delaware.
Monday morning he preached at Wilmington to a vast assemblage.A History of American Christianity
Leonard Woolsey Bacon
There was nothing for him to do but retreat to Wilmington, the nearest point on the coast.The War of Independence
- a port in N Delaware, on the Delaware River: industrial centre. Pop: 72 051 (2003 est)
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