American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital and largest city of Cuba, in the northwest part of the island country on the Gulf of Mexico. Founded on its present site in 1519, it became the capital of Spanish Cuba in 1552. The demolition of the U.S. battleship Maine in Havana's harbor in February 1898 was the immediate cause of the Spanish-American War. Population: 2,200,000.
- n. A cigar made in Cuba, especially one of fine quality.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of cigar: so called from Havana, the capital of Cuba, where cigars are extensively manufactured.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Havana, the capital of the island of Cuba
- n. the capital and largest city of Cuba; located in western Cuba; one of the oldest cities in the Americas
- After Havana 1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“MORGAN NEILL, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF: Here on the streets of Havana Cubans haven't yet had time to see the latest remarks of President Raul Castro saying he's open to talk about anything with the United States, including political prisoners, and press freedoms.”
“MORGAN NEILL, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF: Well, here in Havana, Wolf, people have been keeping a close eye on this storm, because the trajectory for days had it passing right over the capital here.”
“LUCIA NEWMAN, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF: Wolf, Venezuela's fiery leftist leader, Hugo Chavez, is here in Havana, in friendly territory, just as relations with the White House have taken a new turn for the worse.”
“SHASTA DARLINGTON, CNN HAVANA PRODUCER: Well, Michael, the mood here in Havana is very somber, as you can imagine.”
“LUCIA NEWMAN, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF (voice-over): The honeymoon, if there ever was one, is over for Washington's new man in Havana, Michael Parmly.”
“LUCIA NEWMAN, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF: Wolf, right now, it's what you would have called normally low tide here, which means the water levels on the seaside area of Havana have gone down just a little bit.”
“LUCIA NEWMAN, CNN HAVANA BUREAU CHIEF (voice-over): Very few Cubans who still walk the streets of Havana have ever welcomed an American president, even a former one.”
“HAVANA - Cuba's communist authorities urged official citizens 'vigilante groups in Havana to move firmly against a sharp increase in crime and vandalism accompanying night-time electricity blackouts in the capital.”
“HAVANA - A group of 175 U.S. citizens arrived in Havana at the start of a weeklong holiday with a difference, risking jail sentences and fines by defying a U.S. ban on travel to communist-ruled Cuba.”
“HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's dissident "Ladies in White" staged a small, mostly silent march through Havana yesterday to begin a week of protest to mark the anniversary of the "Black Spring" crackdown of 2003 when the government imprisoned 75 opponents.”
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