American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of northwest England near the Scottish border. Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in Carlisle's 11th-century castle from May to July 1568. Population: 71,700.
“CARLISLE: A woman was taken to hospital after a two-car crash in London Road, Carlisle, yesterday.”
“CARLISLE: Long-serving Labour councillor Mary Styth has been elected as mayor of Carlisle for 2010-11.”
“A CARLISLE dad is planning a 450-mile trek from Carlisle to a rehabilitation centre in Surrey to raise cash for three charities that help former soldiers.”
“CARLISLE - Two cases of whooping cough have been reported in Carlisle schools, according to the superintendent.”
“CARLISLE - A 12-year-old boy was struck by a car at roughly 7: 16 a.m. today, March 11, at the intersection of Jamaica Road and Fairview Drive in front of Chamberlain Middle School, according to Carlisle police.”
“CARLISLE - Some business owners and citizens from Carlisle remain outraged over having to pay license fees and taxes to Boaz and plan to talk to a lawyer to discuss incorporating the community.”
“CARLISLE: Police were called to a house in Carlisle yesterday following the sudden death of a woman.”
“CARLISLE - For the second time since October, the mayor of Carlisle is facing legal issues.”
“CARLISLE - A group of citizens from the Carlisle area are moving ahead with plans to incorporate as a town in an effort to keep their tax dollars in the community instead of paying Boaz.”
“CARLISLE: A car stolen from Carlisle was later found burnt out in a village outside the city.”
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