American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region and former duchy of central Germany north and east of the Main and Rhine rivers. The region became a duchy in 1806 and was absorbed by Prussia in 1866.
- The capital and largest city of the Bahamas, on the northeast coast of New Providence Island in the Atlantic Ocean east of Miami, Florida. Settled in the 17th century, it was a haven for pirates in the 18th century. Population: 210,000.
- n. The capital of the Bahamas.
- n. the capital of the Bahamas
“NASSAU, BAHAMAS, February 03, 2010/24-7PressRelease/-- Your Last Shot and The Bahamas Baseball Federation hosted a four day Baseball camp in Nassau, The Bahamas from January 28 -”
“There was the 13 mile long Merrick to Jamaica plank road on what is now Merrick Road in Nassau and Queens.”
“Susanne Igneri filed a complaint last week in Nassau County Supreme Court against the luxury hotel, which is owned and operated by Hilton Worldwide.”
“And the bourbon chicken at Cajun Maggies on John St. between Broadway and Nassau is no exception and may be — dare I say? — “even better than the malls.””
“I only wish it were a little closer to me (Im in Nassau) because my wife and I try to eat organic and local every chance we get.”
“But fewer than 100 guests -- and no stars anyone could recognize -- turned up for Anna Nicole Smith's funeral in Nassau on Friday, an extravagant ceremony that brought the world's eyes onto the simple Baptist church and the now-famous hillside cemetery where she is buried.”
“The case is Maron v. Silver, 21984/06 and was originally filed in Nassau County.”
“Nassau is theairline hub to the Out Islands, and dozens of flights from the United Statesarrive there daily.”
“When I landed here in Nassau, and did some interviews to promote PokerStars and the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, I commented that even if I didn't make the money, the "consolation prize of a week" in paradise with my wife would do quite nicely.”
“Charles Lindbergh took off on his historic flight across the Atlantic from Roosevelt Field in Nassau Country.”
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