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Old 07-23-2012, 09:41 PM
Status: "AndMunch" (set 13 days ago)
 
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This is for Apple users specifically iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. If you type in your city name anywhere then highlight your city name alone, press "define" then post what it says.

For Baltimore it says:
A seaport in Northern Maryland, the largest city in Maryland, on Chesapeake bay; pop. 636,919 (est. 2008)


But for other cities such as Philly, NYC, etc will say more, I just find it interesting how little it says about Baltimore although we're becoming less revelant today we still had a strong past that I believe should be noted in define. I guess city geeks like me find things like this interesting although others may not.

So knock yourself out and define what it says about your city, rather it be a sentence or paragraph.
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:34 PM
 
Location: BMORE!
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This is for Apple users specifically iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. If you type in your city name anywhere then highlight your city name alone, press "define" then post what it says.

For Baltimore it says:
A seaport in Northern Maryland, the largest city in Maryland, on Chesapeake bay; pop. 636,919 (est. 2008)


But for other cities such as Philly, NYC, etc will say more, I just find it interesting how little it says about Baltimore although we're becoming less revelant today we still had a strong past that I believe should be noted in define. I guess city geeks like me find things like this interesting although others may not.

So knock yourself out and define what it says about your city, rather it be a sentence or paragraph.
That's all says about us?? That's cold
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:42 PM
 
Location: Shaw.
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Newark
1. A city in northwestern Delaware, home to the University of Delaware; pop. 29,886

It's more than it says for definition #2 (An industrial city in New Jersey)
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