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Cheyenne, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Cheyenne, city (2020 pop. 65,132), alt. 6,062 ft (1,848 m), state capital and seat of Laramie co., SE Wyo., near the Colo. and Nebr. lines; inc. 1868. I...

Cheyenne, river, United States

(Encyclopedia)Cheyenne, river, 527 mi (848 km) long, rising in E Wyo. and flowing NE to the Missouri River near Pierre, S.Dak. The Cheyenne basin is part of the Missouri River basin project. The U.S. Bureau of Recl...

Dunedin, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Dunedin, resort city (2020 pop. 36,068), Pinellas co., W Fla., on the Gulf Coast and St. Joseph Sound (part of the Intracoastal ...

Dunkirk, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Dunkirk, city (2020 pop. 12,743), Chautauqua co., SW N.Y., on Lake Erie; founded c.1800, inc. as a city 1880. It is a port of entry and trades extensive...

Durango, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Durango do͝orăngˈgō [key], city (2020 pop. 19,071), seat of La Plata co., SW Colo., on the ...

Durham, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Durham dûrˈăm [key], city (2020 pop. 324,833), seat of Durham co., N central N.C., in the ...

Elgin, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Elgin ĕlˈjĭn [key]. <1> City (2020 pop. 114,797), Cook and Kane counties, NE Ill., o...

Elizabeth, city, United States

(Encyclopedia)Elizabeth, city (2020 pop. 137,298), seat of Union co., NE N.J., on Newark Bay; inc. 1855. It is a shipping and transportation hub, with some of the wor...

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