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As Liu and Worcester note, Li brought tennis to an entire new population of fans, including Asians living around the globe.Tennis Star Li Na Says Goodbye to the Court…and Puts the Sport’s Rise in Asia in Question
September 19, 2014
Religion, then, had almost nothing to do with my decision to attend the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
I talked about Holy Cross, and the time I spent in Worcester helping welfare recipients navigate job training and social services.
Tsarni contacted Peter Stefan, a funeral director in Worcester, Massachusetts, who was known to have handled Muslim burials.Katherine Russell, Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Widow, Wants Nothing to Do With His Corpse
May 5, 2013
Gregory Weiner, assistant professor of political science at Assumption College in Worcester, Mass.Obama’s Second-Term Crisis
January 27, 2013
Mr. Witt was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, January 4th, 1808.Cleveland Past and Present
Worcester sang well also, and the little concert was very enjoyable.
Mr. Worcester also came; his really was a casual stop, I think.
Charged was the air of Worcester with the din of that fierce massacre.
We last had news of him from Worcester, and 'tis a week and more since the battle was fought there.
- a cathedral city in W central England, the administrative centre of Worcestershire on the River Severn: scene of the battle (1651) in which Charles II was defeated by Cromwell. Pop: 94 029 (2001)
- an industrial city in the US, in central Massachusetts: Clark University (1887). Pop: 175 706 (2003 est)
- a town in S South Africa; centre of a fruit-growing region. Pop: 66 349 (2001)
Word Origin and History for worcester
Wireceastre (1086), Old English Wigranceastre (717), Weogorna civitas (691), from Weogora, a tribal name. Worcestershire sauce (Lea & Perrin's) is attested from 1843.