from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast South Island, New Zealand. A major port, it was settled by Scottish Presbyterians in 1848. Population: 111,000.
- A city of west-central Florida on the Gulf of Mexico west of Tampa. It is a popular winter resort. Population: 36,600.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A city on the South Island of New Zealand
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DUNEDIN: New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori was dismissed for 99 as the Black Caps passed 400 to take control of a rain-interrupted first test against Pakistan in Dunedin.
DUNEDIN: The fourth day's play between New Zealand and Pakistan in Dunedin revealed a minor loophole in the Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS), making its official debut in this Test.
He threw on flat ground in Dunedin, Fla., on April 28. — 3B Edwin Encarnacion (sore right arm) went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 15.
The study has followed 1000 children born in Dunedin in 1972-73.
He is expected to join Dunedin (A) any day now. ...
The Blue Jays have moved into their new $8 million training complex in Dunedin,
Officials in Dunedin and Lakeland also were celebrating.
I found John Money's papers on amputee attraction at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand, shortly after the Falkirk story made the news.
Like Josephine Johnston, a lawyer in Dunedin who is writing a graduate thesis on the legality of these amputations (and who first brought the Falkirk case to my attention), I also wondered about the ethical and legal status of surgery as a solution.
His forte is teaching the game of baseball to young players and along with his five-man coaching staff, Roy will put that skill to use with the Blue Jays, starting late this month at the Jays 'spring training camp in Dunedin, Florida.
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