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  1. a city in NE Massachusetts.

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Example Sentences

The same year, the British online supermarket Ocado made headlines with its highly automated fulfillment center in Andover, England, featuring a giant grid of robots whizzing along metallic scaffolding.

One comes to me from Mr. Hyde, my wonderful English teacher at Andover.

I went to Andover with Belichick in the 1970s (he was there for a postgraduate year while I was kept prisoner for four years).

Now, Leno is a Boston boy, a graduate of Emerson College and raised in nearby Andover, Massachusetts.

She is not to the manor born, not having met her husband at an Andover dance.

“I think the Tea Parties got Scott Brown out here today,” said Bill Allen, a 52-year-old landscaper from North Andover.

He was one of the founders of Andover theological seminary, and contributed altogether about $125,000 to that institution.

At Andover they were known as custumarii (in opposition to the hansarii—the full members of the Gild).

Thus checked and to use the advantage of the wind Andover elected to kick.

He looked over and caught a glance from the Andover quarter.

"Now for a kick," said Stover, as the Andover end came out opposite him.