- William Warren,1917–2011, U.S. politician.
- a city in NE Pennsylvania.
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The real vice president was born in Scranton, Pa., but moved to Wilmington, Del., in 1953.Speed Read: 11 Best Bits from Joe Biden Satire ‘The President of Vice’
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When Biden talked about his hometown of Scranton, by contrast, it seemed natural.Face It, Republicans, ‘Bazooka Joe’ Biden Won the VP Debate
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And he's talking about the places I grew up in, my neighbors in Scranton and Claymont.Ryan Solid, But One Major Mistake
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That dream is why a working-class kid from Scranton can sit behind me.Obama's State of the Union Speech Transcript
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He is the manager and part owner of the big Scranton china works.A Woman Intervenes
They called me up from Scranton the instant he'd finished speaking.
Remember the desert, and Mary Jewell, and your mother—did you have a mother, Scranton?
Pray—pray, Scranton, and tell the whole truth, and get it—get religion.
The mayor of Scranton made a call, and so did the mayor of Wilkes-Barre.
- an industrial city in NE Pennsylvania: university (1888). Pop: 74 320 (2003 est)
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