1. a city in northern Italy (northwest of Venice) on the River Adige; the site of the Council of Trent
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  • The artic hit them near Trento on Tuesday. The Sun
  • After the ride we did another wash and loaded the bikes and we were soon off to Trenton.
  • TRENTON - Dozens of Trenton police officers, firefighters, and civilian employees received layoff notices yesterday, starting a 45-day countdown to mass terminations Oct. 22. New Jersey Real-Time News
  • The hotel is a keystone of the master plan to rejuvenate Trenton.
  • Civ. professors from Trenton State with time on their hands have constructed a replica Pilgrim town with three windowless, dirt-floor pilgrim houses, trucked-in period barnyard animals, and lots of authentic but unhandy Pilgrim implements, built a hand-adzed paled fence, laid in a subsistence garden and produced old-timey clothes and authentically inadequate footwear for the Pilgrims themselves. The Lay of the Land (II)
  • When he takes office in Trenton, Bayonne will rise up several feet. Christie, McDonnell explain Palin's absence from campaign trail
  • TRENTON - New Jersey's original manuscript of the U.S. Bill of Rights is on display Thursday and Friday in the state archives in Trenton. - News
  • Last week when USA Today called the Occupiers a "ragtag assortment of college kids, labor unionists, conspiracy theorists and others" hinting they're a flash-in-the-pan "devoid of remedies," I smiled, reminded of that famous painting of George Washington crossing the Delaware on Christmas 1776, leading what historians also called a "ragtag" Continental Army, surprising the British, and winning the Battle of Trenton. - Top Stories
  • The State House at Trenton on the night previous to the balloting for the senatorship was a place of feverish activity. Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him
  • One for the Money by Janet Evanovich: Evanovich found her voice from the very beginning with the tough but charming Trenton bail bondswoman Stephanie Plum. An Books Blog featuring news, reviews, interviews and guest author blogs.
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