a seaport in NE Massachusetts: founded 1626; execution of persons accused of being witches 1692; home of Nathaniel Hawthorne.
a city in and the capital of Oregon, in the NW part, on the Willamette River.
a town in SE New Hampshire.
a town in SW Virginia, near Roanoke.
a city in E Ohio.
a city in central Tamil Nadu, in S India.
an ancient city of Canaan, later identified with Jerusalem. Gen. 14:18; Psalms 76:2.
a state in the NW United States, on the Pacific coast. 96,981 sq. mi. (251,180 sq. km).
Abbreviation: Oreg., Ore., OR (for use with zip code).
a city in NW Ohio.
a city in S India, in Tamil Nadu: textile industries. Pop: 693 236 (2001)
a city in NE Massachusetts, on the Atlantic: scene of the execution of 19 people after the witch hunts of 1692. Pop: 42 067 (2003 est)
a city in the NW USA, the state capital of Oregon: food-processing. Pop: 142 914 (2003 est)
an Old Testament name for Jerusalem (Genesis 14:18; Psalms 76:2) See Jerusalem
a state of the northwestern US, on the Pacific: consists of the Coast and Cascade Ranges in the west and a plateau in the east; important timber production. Capital: Salem. Pop: 3 559 596 (2003 est). Area: 251 418 sq km (97 073 sq miles) Abbreviation Oreg., (with zip code) OR
State in the northwestern United States bordered by Washington to the north, Idaho to the east, Nevada and California to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Its capital is Salem, and its largest city is Portland.
Note: Before the coming of the railroads, the Oregon Trail was used as an overland emigration route from the Missouri River to the Columbia River country (all of which was then called Oregon).
[“SALEM – A Programming System for the Simulation of Systems Described by Partial Differential Equations”, S.M. Morris et al, Proc SJCC 33(1), 1968].
peace, commonly supposed to be another name of Jerusalem (Gen. 14:18; Ps. 76:2; Heb. 7:1, 2).
noun, U.S. Furniture. 1. a tall cabinet having a recessed upper part fitted with drawers and shelves and a lower part with doors and a section falling or pulling out to serve as a writing surface.
- Salem witch trials
Salem witch trials definition Trials held in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1692 that led to the execution of twenty people for allegedly practicing witchcraft. The trials are noted for the hysterical atmosphere in which they were conducted; many townspeople were widely suspected of witchcraft on flimsy evidence. Note: When people are quick to accuse one another […]
- Sale of work
noun 1. (Brit) a sale of goods and handicrafts made by the members of a club, church congregation, etc, to raise money
- Sale or return
noun 1. an arrangement by which a retailer pays only for goods sold, returning those that are unsold to the wholesaler or manufacturer