[ US /ˈæbɝˌdin/ ]
  1. a city in northeastern Scotland on the North Sea
  2. a town in western Washington
  3. a town in northeastern Maryland
  4. a town in northeastern South Dakota
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How To Use Aberdeen In A Sentence

  • Prof. Hamilton, of Aberdeen, claims that the corpus callosum is not a commissure, but the decussation of cortical fibers on their way down to enter the internal and external capsules of the opposite side. Scientific American Supplement, No. 520, December 19, 1885
  • Our oldest pensioner, Ralph was formerly Branch Manager in Aberdeen.
  • In Aberdeen, the licensing board has proposed minimum drink prices in pubs of £1.75 for a pint of beer, cider, premium lager or cocktail.
  • So judged the leader of the 'cognoscenti', and, in accordance with his views, Elgin and Aberdeen are held up to ridicule in 'English Byron's Poetical Works, Volume 1
  • Their livestock consists of Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cattle and free-range hens.
  • Aberdeen council was recently forced to backtrack on its single status plans after council workers threatened industrial action.
  • As it was, he was caught in no-man's land as the Aberdeen striker lobbed the ball over him and into the undefended net.
  • And next August, the Ripken World Series will be played in Aberdeen on a scale replica of Camden Yards, Ripken's home ballpark.
  • In fact, the extreme weather also caused a series of lesser landslips across the country, with traffic disrupted in the Black Isle, Lochalsh and Aberdeenshire.
  • Born in Aberdeen in 1942, Sir Ian Wood graduated from Aberdeen University in 1964 with an honours degree in psychology.
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