Quincy


Quincy

Quincy (spr. -ßĭ). 1) Stadt im nordamerik. Staate Illinois, am Mississippi, (1900) 36.252 E. – 2) Stadt in Massachusetts, an der Bai von Q., 23.899 E.


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