American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Family of English colonists in America, including George (1580?-1632), First Baron Baltimore; his son Cecilius (1605-1675), Second Baron and recipient of the Maryland charter; another son, Leonard (1606-1647), first governor of Maryland (1634-1647); and Cecilius's son Charles (1637-1715), Third Baron and governor (1661-1675) and proprietor (1675-1689) of Maryland.
“A year ago, as Calkins's divorce was finalized, they moved to a new home in Calvert County and began to talk of marriage.”
“Local business owner, family man, four kids in Calvert County public schools.”
“Continued implementation of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) initiatives throughout Calvert is imperative to help our students in today's competitive job market.”
“Improving and maintaining the excellent quality of life in Calvert County while holding the line on spending is crucial.”
“The report, titled "Chesapeake Bay Cliff Erosion in Calvert County," was the work of an eight-month steering committee composed of local, state and federal officials.”
“When Dave Ector and Lidia Cucurull-Ector moved into their home in Calvert County in April 2008, it sat about 21 feet from the edge of a cliff.”
“The Money Crop: Tobacco Culture in Calvert County, Maryland," contains transcribed excerpts of the interviewees detailing what it was like to prepare the seed beds, harvest the plant and take it to market.”
“At the same time, Branch said he also attended a GOP fundraiser in Calvert County, and although people shook his hand and said hello, he still felt out of place.”
“Anthony Calvert is a good bloke, unlike a lot of politicians. on April 8, 2010 at 11: 59 am Twining”
“Constellation has been developing the project planned for its Calvert Cliffsplant in Calvert County, Md., for the past five years through a partnership with state-owned Electricit é de France, or EDF.”
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