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Waterbury

[ waw-ter-ber-ee, -buh-ree, wot-er- ]

noun

  1. a city in W Connecticut.


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The Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation responded by initially denying Waterbury’s accreditation, required to receive Medicare and Medicaid funding, after an inspection that found 42 quality standards “out of compliance.”

The UC purchased two grams of meth for $440 from Wallin at his apartment on Golden Hill Street in Waterbury.

This man, probably, had two objects in view when he went to Waterbury to flatter me away.

I had to move to Waterbury in my old age, and there commence again to try to get a living.

That is the method the Waterbury Watch Company followed in launching their goods back in 1880.

The Waterbury Watch will be found a marvel of accuracy and cheapness.

The Waterbury process (experiment 22) consisted in forcing in a solution of common salt, followed by dead oil or creosote.

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