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Cambria

[kam-bree-uh] /ˈkæm bri ə/
noun
1.
medieval name of Wales.
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  • About twelve o'clock ten bodies were taken out of the wreck near the Cambria Library.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • It is also said that only three houses remain in Cambria City.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • I might tell you that her love for dear old Cambria is as deep and as intense as is her love for her offspring.

    The Cambrian Sketch-Book R. Rice Davies
  • A strong guard is kept at the office of the Cambria Iron Company.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • He marched therefore to Cambria, and came before the tower which the usurper had built.

  • The damage to the Cambria Iron Works was not so great as at first reported.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • Only the men employed by the Cambria Company and their families lived on the flats and made ground.

    History of the Johnstown Flood Willis Fletcher Johnson
  • The Cambria Company employed about 4000 men in its works and mines.

    History of the Johnstown Flood Willis Fletcher Johnson
  • A number of Hungarians collected about a number of bodies at Cambria which had been washed up, and began rifling the trunks.

    History of the Johnstown Flood Willis Fletcher Johnson
British Dictionary definitions for Cambria

Cambria

/ˈkæmbrɪə/
noun
1.
the Medieval Latin name for Wales
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