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Hamburg (hămˈbûrg) [key], village (1990 pop. 10,442), Erie co., W N.Y., S of Buffalo; settled c.1808, inc. 1874. Part of a township of 48,000 people, Hamburg is a residential and industrial suburb of Buffalo. Its manufactures include rubber goods and optical products. Hilbert College is there.

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