American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northwest Oregon near the mouth of the Columbia River. Fort Astoria, a fur-trading post established in 1811 by John Jacob Astor's Pacific Fur Company, was the first permanent American settlement along the Pacific coast. Population: 9,920.
“* My guide in Astoria whacked a sea lion on the head with a net after it tried to steal his client's fish.”
“Last year's trials produced permanent stores in Astoria and Hoboken, for instance.”
“As soon as I visited Build It Green in Astoria, Queens I saw something inspiring, a large yellow jungle gym slide.”
“Yesterday in Astoria Park, Queens, NYC my sister and I thrilled the world with the true die hard fan of MJ … It was great ….”
“Similar things happened with the other elements you mentioned, although I do know what it is like to be married and a father in Astoria, Queens.”
“Taverna Kyclades in Astoria, Queens has a nice outdoor dining area and specializes in fresh seafood cooked in Mediterranean/Greek style.”
“Arepas Cafe is at 33-07 36th Ave. in Astoria; (718) 937-3835.”
“Sheppard will miss the next three series races, including the doubleheader next weekend in Astoria and the penultimate race at Washington County the Sunday after that.”
“Kate Sheeran lives in Astoria, Queens with her sister and an enormous (but personable) orange cat.”
“The costumes came out for the traditional Cross Crusade Halloween race Sunday in Astoria and the second act of the weekend doubleheader at the Oregon coast.”
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