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New Brighton

noun
1.
a town in E Minnesota.
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  • There are tramways in the city, and to New Brighton, a seaside suburb, and other residential quarters.

  • The car jingled and swayed round the corners, keeping close to the shore, and pulled up with a jerk at New Brighton.

    Aliens William McFee
  • We'll take the trolley to New Brighton and ferry across from there.

    Aliens William McFee
  • With us this insect has a very limited range, being only found at New Brighton, near Birkenhead, where it is most abundant.

    The Insect World Louis Figuier
  • There were no houses then anywhere about what is now called New Brighton.

  • Thus the game was played to the end, it being a flog out from New Brighton to the Formby, and a run back each round.

    Yachting Vol. 2 Various.
  • One thing was certain: no 'scab' from New Brighton should come over and take it.

    Tom Grogan F. Hopkinson Smith
  • New Brighton has a good beach, and there are many restaurants along the upper side.

  • Ralph stood by the capstan, looking back to the fort and lighthouse on the New Brighton Point with mixed feelings.

  • Just before dusk we entered the Mersey, passing closely by the beautiful seaside resort of New Brighton.

    Company B, 307th Infantry Julius Klausner

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