American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An independent city of southeast Virginia south of Norfolk. Its vast area includes residential communities, farmland, and a section of the Dismal Swamp. Population: 221,000.
“_Constellation_, 38, was lying in the Chesapeake river, unable to receive a crew for several months to come; the _Chesapeake_, 38, was lying in a similar condition in Boston harbor; the _Adams_,”
“CHESAPEAKE -- A Chesapeake man has been bitten by his monkey for the second time in two weeks.”
“CHESAPEAKE -- The City of Chesapeake is installing red light cameras at Battlefield Blvd,”
“CHESAPEAKE -- Two men with guns robbed a Chesapeake food mart.”
“CHESAPEAKE A motorist was injured Sunday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident that severed a utility pole in the Chesapeake.”
“CHESAPEAKE -- The heat made things difficult for firefighters in Chesapeake.”
“CHESAPEAKE -- A 16-year old boy was shot Thursday evening outside a Chesapeake home.”
“CHESAPEAKE - A woman was shot to death in Chesapeake late last night, and police have a man in custody as the suspect.”
“CHESAPEAKE - Ryan Frederick is being sentenced today for the conviction of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Chesapeake police detective Jarrod Shivers.”
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