American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northwest Washington on Bellingham Bay south of the British Columbia, Canada, border. It is a port of entry with shipbuilding and processing industries. Population: 75,100.
- n. a town in northwestern Washington on a bay near the Canadian border
“MRS BELLINGHAM: He addressed me in several handwritings with fulsome compliments as a Venus in furs and alleged profound pity for my frostbound coachman Palmer while in the same breath he expressed himself as envious of his earflaps and fleecy sheepskins and of his fortunate proximity to my person, when standing behind my chair wearing my livery and the armorial bearings of the Bellingham escutcheon garnished sable,”
“BELLINGHAM - An online property information system will let residents use the same tools as city staff when researching properties in and around Bellingham.”
“BELLINGHAM -- After two full days of searching, officials still have found no sign of two men who vanished after their small sailboat overturned late Thursday in Chuckanut Bay near Bellingham.”
“Sunday in Bellingham is usually a pretty relaxed affair.”
“Housing prices are slightly higher in Bellingham, though.”
“Sociologists Jay Teachman of Western Washington University in Bellingham and Daniel Lichter of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., say the new study is promising because it asks detailed questions of young adults and can monitor relationship progression from dating to cohabitation.”
“Police say the body found Wednesday in Bellingham Bay is Dwight Clark, the 18-year-old Western Washington University student who has been missing for more than a week.”
“Police say the body found Wednesday in Bellingham Bay is Dwight Clark, the 18-year-old Western Washington University student who has been missing for more than ...”
“Goldfogel on Thursday positively identified Clark, whose body was found Wednesday in Bellingham Bay.”
“I don't think an inspector who's going to be visiting for a day or two can get up to speed on a significant document like that and then ask specific questions about what they're doing, said Carl Weimer, executive director of the nonprofit Pipeline Safety Trust in Bellingham, Wash.”
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