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'''Connecticut''' may refer to:  
 
'''Connecticut''' may refer to:  
  
=== Places ===<br>*'''Connecticut''', a former British Colony in North America, now a state of the United States in New England
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=== A Place  ===
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*'''[[Connecticut|Connecticut]]''', a former British colony in North America, now a state of the United States in New England
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==== A River  ====
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*'''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_River Connecticut River]''', largest river of New England, rising at the Connecticut Lakes in New Hampshire, flowing south and forming the border&nbsp;between New Hampshire and Vermont,&nbsp;continuing south&nbsp;into west Massachusetts and central Connecticut State, emptying into Long Island Sound
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==== A Municipality  ====
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*'''{{FHL|New+Jersey%2C+Union%2C+Connecticut+Farms|subject|disp=Connecticut Farms}}''', Union, New Jersey
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=== A Ship  ===
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*'''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Connecticut USS Connecticut]''', any of seven U.S. Navy ships named for the state
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Revision as of 07:37, 7 January 2011

 

Connecticut may refer to:

A Place

A State

  • Connecticut, a former British colony in North America, now a state of the United States in New England

A River

  • Connecticut River, largest river of New England, rising at the Connecticut Lakes in New Hampshire, flowing south and forming the border between New Hampshire and Vermont, continuing south into west Massachusetts and central Connecticut State, emptying into Long Island Sound

A Municipality

A Ship