- a seaport in NE Florida, on the St. John's River.
- a city in central Arkansas.
- a city in W Illinois.
- a city in SE North Carolina.
- a town in E Texas.
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Michael Dunn, a 45-year-old man, pulled into a Jacksonville gas station in November 2012.With Guns, the Threatened Can Quickly Become the Threat
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The granddaughter of Syrian immigrants, Corey is a Jacksonville native.Who Is Angela Corey? From Being Fired to Prosecuting Zimmerman
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Fernandez was indicted in March 2011, when he was a 12-year-old sixth-grader at Kernan Middle School in Jacksonville.13-Year-Old Cristian Fernandez Will Face Life Without Parole for Killing Brother, Court Rules
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Did you catch this report from the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union the other day?Florida Is Going Democratic
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The heaviest movements were from west Florida, from Tampa and Jacksonville.Negro Migration during the War
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It was exhibited at the Sub-tropical Exposition, at Jacksonville.The Book of the Damned
There is nothing to prevent her from coming about and running back to Jacksonville.
We don't know who was in the boat, though if we were in Jacksonville, we could easily ascertain.
Nothing had been said about trying the fish since we left Jacksonville.
- a port in NE Florida: the leading commercial centre of the southeast. Pop: 773 781 (2003 est)
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Largest city in Florida, located in northeastern Florida.
Commercial and financial center.
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