from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Tasmania, Australia, on an inlet of the Tasman Sea. It was founded in 1804 as a penal colony. Population: 47,700.
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- proper n. The state capital of Tasmania (Australia), named for a Lord Hobart.
- proper n. A patronymic English surname derived from a variant of Hubert.
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- n. a port and state capital of Tasmania
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HOBART - Hobart residents will move to a biweekly single-stream recycling collection process sometime this summer, though some of the details still are being hashed out.
HOBART - A loose pit bull that attacked and injured three neighbors last month outside their Hobart home will be euthanized, according to authorities.
HOBART - A 21-year-old Hobart woman who was a junior at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse died Monday while on a spring break trip to Florida.
HOBART - The village of Hobart is appealing a decision by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs to place six parcels of land into federal trust, and off the tax rolls, for the Oneida Tribe of Indians.
HOBART -- A new ordinance now governs where Hobart residents can fire their weapons for hunting or recreation, although it's not too different from the old law.
HOBART - The Thornberry Creek Golf Course is ready to reopen under the management of the Oneida Tribe of Indians within the next month, pending a liquor license from the village of Hobart.
HOBART - Effective immediately, Hobart will charge a fee for dispatching its volunteer fire department to most fires, accidents and other incidents in the village.
HOBART -- Peggy Osiel of Hobart requires 13 types of medication and recently found herself in a dilemma.
HOBART - Waving the white flag for Hobart wasn't an option.
AUSTRALIAN TAKES HOBART TITLE Jarmila Groth won the Hobart International with a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Bethanie Mattek-Sands in Hobart, Australia.
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