American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western Slovakia on the Nitra River, a tributary of the Danube. Nitra was a religious center after the ninth century and became a free city in 1248. Population: 85,200.
“ANNIHILATION's recording lineup for Against The Storm consisted of Fábio "Nitra" on vocals and guitar,”
“Under the agreement, Sony will sell 90% of its Nitra, Slovakia, plant to Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., and then use the Taiwanese contract manufacturer to produce its televisions for the European market.”
“Nitra Gipson sold her car to pay for her last two semesters at Texas Southern University, where she is studying criminal justice (of all things), and was paid with Wal-Mart Money Orders.”
“In this two episodes 200 and 201, Zaraki Kenpachi is having much difficulty with Nitra, the No. 5 Espada.”
“The former Toronto, Galaxy, Nitra, and Whitecaps man has moved on for allocation money.”
“Teichtal and his family escaped deportation first by hiding in the attic of the local synagogue—where he conceived the plan of his book—and then by fleeing to Nitra and from there to Hungary.”
“As No. 5 espada, Nitra was about to finish Ichigo off, guess who turned up to save the day.”
“She says some copter came in during the night, attacked the Nitra.”
“The paraowl arrived just as the Nitra medicine woman vanished into the dark to hide her sacred jewelry.”
“He borrowed a knife from the nearest recumbent Nitra and slashed once.”
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