American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large, red-skinned cultivated variety of apple.
- n. large apple with a red skin
- After Cortland, a county of central New York. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“CORTLAND - No one was injured Friday afternoon in a barn fire in rural Cortland.”
“Now, Cortland is turning into a Jets town, one that is expected to benefit financially from influx of fans.”
“It's not always easy being green in Cortland, which encroaches on Bills territory.”
“It clearly couldn't be in Cortland or in Ithaca, and it had to have public water and sewer.”
“Yesterday's Cortland Standard reported that searchers found the body of a man, an apparent suicide, 100 yards into the Town of Dryden after searches in Cortland County had found nothing.”
“The market for value courses like Lakeview appears to be saturated, and while there is a market for standard and premium courses here, that isn't helped by the upcoming development of two 18-hole courses in Cortland County, including one at Greek Peak.”
“The vote in Cortland County, in September 1966, was 19-2 in favor, and Tompkins had to vote the next week.”
“Lifton represents all of Tompkins County and the towns of Virgil and Cortlandville as well as the city of Cortland in Cortland County.”
“We visited Staples there recently when we were already in Cortland, but Cortland feels pretty far away lately.”
“I'd love to see the hamlets and villages in Dryden support more people and businesses on their own, but the drive to Lansing, Ithaca, and Cortland is just too easy right now.”
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