American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Nova Scotia, Canada, on an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean opposite Halifax. It was founded by the British in the 1750s. Population: 67,500.
- n. a college in New Hampshire
- So called as it is at the mouth of the River Dart. (Wiktionary)
“DARTMOUTH - Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu Tum is scheduled to visit UMass Dartmouth on Monday to discuss human rights and social justice.”
“DARTMOUTH - The UMass Dartmouth faculty and professional staff union celebrated the accomplishments of three of its own when it presented the Scholar of the Year Award to Dr. Brian Glyn Williams, Teacher of the Year Award to Dr. John Buck, and ESU Service Award to Jeanette Mello, application / integration analyst in computer information technology systems.”
“DARTMOUTH - On a night celebrating the seniors 'last home game, a sophomore came up clutch for Dartmouth.”
“DARTMOUTH - The Residence Inn by Marriott in Dartmouth is proud to be an official Toys for Tots drop off location this holiday season.”
“DARTMOUTH - On November 5, Sunrise Assisted Living of Dartmouth located at 274 Slocum Road, Dartmouth celebrated their 10th anniversary with a celebration for residents, families, staff and professionals from local agencies.”
“DARTMOUTH - Isabel "Izzy" (Rodil) Motta, 101, formerly of Dartmouth, MA and Oakland Park, Florida, passed away Tuesday, November 24, 2009 at Brandon Woods following a lengthy illness.”
“DARTMOUTH - The natural beauty of Dartmouth is featured in the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust's 2010 wall calendar, now on sale.”
“DARTMOUTH - Joseph Sousa, age 83, of Dartmouth, MA passed on Friday,”
“DARTMOUTH - A high-speed chase along I-195 last Wednesday night ended with the arrest of three Rhode Island men accused of taking part in the robbery of a Dartmouth laundromat.”
“DARTMOUTH - Vineyard Sound B.oks of Dartmouth announces Lynn B. Pugh as the new managing editor for its publishing company.”
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