Rochester

[roch-es-ter, -uh-ster]
noun
  1. John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of,1647–80, English poet and courtier.
  2. a city in W New York, on the Genesee River.
  3. a town in SE Minnesota.
  4. a city in N Kent, in SE England.
  5. a city in SE New Hampshire.
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Rochester

1
noun
  1. a city in SE England, in Medway unitary authority, Kent, on the River Medway. Pop: 27 123 (2001)
  2. a city in NW New York State, on Lake Ontario. Pop: 215 093 (2003 est)
  3. a city in the US, in Minnesota: site of the Mayo Clinic. Pop: 92 507 (2003 est)

Rochester

2
noun
  1. 2nd Earl of, title of John Wilmot . 1647–80, English poet, wit, and libertine. His poems include satires, notably A Satire against Mankind (1675), love lyrics, and bawdy verse
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rochester in Culture

Rochester

City in western New York.

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Center of the photographic equipment industry.
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