Shrewsbury
geographical name 1. town E Massachusetts population 31,640 2. town W England capital of Shropshire population 59,826

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  • Shrewsbury — has one of the most complex developments of English place names and illustrates the changes wrought in Old English words by Anglo Norman scribes who could not pronounce them. Recorded 1016 as Scrobbesbyrig, it originally may have meant the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Shrewsbury — [shro͞oz′ber΄ē, shrōz′ber′ē; shro͞oz′bə rē] city in Shropshire, W England: county district pop. 92,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Shrewsbury — ] A fault, the Hodnet Fault, starts approximately at the town, and runs as far as Market Drayton. Shrewsbury areauburbs and surrounding settlementsShrewsbury has a large number of suburbs and surrounding villages. As the town continues to expand …   Wikipedia

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