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  1. a town in E Massachusetts.

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Bridgewater had been listed as questionable on the injury report because of a knee injury.

Panthers owner David Tepper, General Manager Marty Hurney, Coach Matt Rhule and offensive coordinator Joe Brady were seen huddled on the field, presumably discussing the decision about whether to allow Bridgewater to play.

Bridgewater had moved the Panthers into scoring position with a deep completion on third and long, and Carolina needed a touchdown and two-point conversion to tie.

Bridgewater was sacked when he was kicked by the Falcons’ Dante Fowler.

Tracking the coronavirus, Bridgewater had shut its offices to all but essential staff at the end of February.

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To keep its machine finely tuned, Bridgewater searches out young intellectuals in addition to hiring experienced workers.

Check out the lengthy comment thread about Bridgewater at the jobs site One Day One Job.

Bridgewater Associates is the $145 billion hedge fund elite college grads are clamoring to work for.

Bridgewater, Mass., invaded by the Indian enemy, and 17 buildings laid in ashes.

Brockton was a part of Bridgewater until 1821, when it was incorporated as the township of North Bridgewater.

Then, seeing her son would not respond to this obvious irony: "Who is he, to quarrel with the Bridgewater Treatises!"

The annual shipments to the port of Bridgewater alone, in consequence, are 100,000 tons.

Bridgewater House, which was destroyed by fire in 1698, is supposed to have been built on the site, and now Bridgewater Square.