- a city in NE New Jersey.
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As for the current governor, calls were directed to Bob Megna, budget director under Cuomo and Paterson.Powerbroker Richard Ravitch Thinks New York Might Be Doomed
April 26, 2014
Paterson—the father of recent Governor David Paterson—was a high-octane lawyer who held a number of appointive positions.Bill Lynch, the Culminator
August 12, 2013
In a state that voted for President Obama by 17 points, Paterson is the bluest of blue districts.
What I think about is how many kids are sitting in the public school, a failing public school today in Paterson?
Meanwhile, rising flood waters on Tuesday onn the Passaic River in New Jersey forced evacuations in Paterson and Wallington.Irene Ranks Among Costliest U.S. Disasters
The Daily Beast
August 31, 2011
It was in their behalf that Paterson, of New Jersey, presented his resolutions.Union and Democracy
This agreement he made with Colonel Paterson, who had no part in the revolt.
News of the mutiny was at once sent to Lieutenant-Governor Paterson.Rdan The Devil And Other Stories
But Paterson and some of his confederates were severely examined.The History of England from the Accession of James II.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
The ball ripped up the sleeve of Paterson's coat, but did not wound him.Rookwood
William Harrison Ainsworth
- a city in NE New Jersey: settled by the Dutch in the late 17th century. Pop: 150 782 (2003 est)
- Andrew Barton, known as Banjo Paterson. 1864–1941, Australian poet. His works include "Waltzing Matilda" and "The Man from Snowy River"
- William. 1658–1719, Scottish merchant and banker: founded the Bank of England (1694)