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Elberon, IA -- U.S. city in Iowa
Population (2000): 245
Housing Units (2000): 94
Land area (2000): 0.655821 sq. miles (1.698569 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.655821 sq. miles (1.698569 sq. km)
FIPS code: 24375
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 42.005389 N, 92.317401 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 52225
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Elberon, IA

Elberon may refer to a place in the United States:

  • Elberon, Iowa, a city with a population of about 300 in Tama County
  • Elberon, New Jersey, a section of Long Branch, a city of 31,000 in Monmouth County

Usage examples of "elberon".

You see, Morric Elberon has issued orders that we are to search for two men who have fled from the Emperor.

Morric Elberon has issued orders that the Abiding Word is not to be abused.

Give him to me, and I'll report to Morric Elberon that the other is dead.

Their Commander, Morric Elberon, obviously intended to mount a campaign of some kind.

Morric Elberon has given strict orders to his men not to incite quarrels of any kind with your king.

He looked a little tired, while beside him, terrifying in his war gear, Morric Elberon looked fresh.

As had been expected, the Deliverers had shut themselves away in their fortress, though Elberon had made no attempt to disguise his coming.

Wargallow measured Elberon calmly, guessing him to be high in the ranks.

When Elberon led the next party of men up into the keep, there were many secret glances, much puzzlement, but no one impeded them.

Korbillian motioned Guile forward, but Elberon held back, not eager to touch the stone, hand yet on his sword hilt.

Korbillian could feel the horror of the men around him, for Elberon and his troops also looked appalled, and he was quick to cry out that here was aid.

Guile could see Wargallow, Elberon and Ygromm, and wondered for a moment if Ilassa had fallen, but moments later noticed him.

They both knew that Wolgren worshipped her, but Elberon could not credit that Guile would kill him as a rival.

Wargallow, Elberon and Brannog each cut into the enemy, and within minutes other men had come forward to support them.

It was holding its ground, still superbly drilled even though Elberon was lost.