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From: The Way Family Computer <>
Subject: [Fwd: Re: Dorchester]
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 1999 11:31:37 -0500
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Sorry to use such a "ridiculous" word as suburb. I guess I will stick to
the NEWBIE list, where I belong. I was just trying to help a little.
Rosa, hope you find what you are looking for, good luck.
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Subject: Re: Dorchester
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Dorchester is a part of Boston...suburb is a ridiculous word to use for
Dorchester. It is part of suffolk county.
Way Family Computer wrote:
> RRediger wrote:
> > Could someone tell me where Dorchester,MA is. In what county? Or has that
> > town been absorbed into another and that is why I cannot find it. Or maybe
> > I'm just can't see.
> > Thank alot
> > Rosa
> Dorchester is a suburb of Boston. It is located in Suffolk County. Hope
> this helps.