from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of western Alaska on Norton Sound and the southern coast of Seward Peninsula. It was founded as a gold-mining camp in 1896 and was an important center of the Alaskan gold rush from 1899 to 1903. Population: 3,550.
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- proper n. seaport in West Alaska
- proper n. cape in West Alaska
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Since the 1960's there have been an unusual number of disappearances in Nome, Alaska.
None of the footage (the reenactments or “actual footage”) were filmed in Nome Alaska.
The Alaska natives, in Nome and elsewhere in the state, continue to lag far behind the rest of the country in measurements of their overall health.
Marjorie Tahbone, a student from Nome, is one of the lucky ones who received scholarships.
Sitnasuak, an Alaska native village corporation with offices above a gas station and convenience store in Nome, had struggled for years to remain afloat.
The aliens are here, and they're abducting unwary individuals in Nome, Alaska.
In the weeks which followed, several domiciliary visits were paid, not a shack or tent in Nome escaping, but Fortune lay in his cranny undisturbed.
"More excited than I've ever seen him," linebacker Antonio Pierce mentioned later, which is like trying to pick the warmest day in Nome, Alaska, since Manning's emotions are almost always set to room temperature.
Another tale set in Nome as well as in the Y.T. is "Which Make Men Remember" (as "Uri Bram's God," San Francisco Examiner, June 24, 1900).
A far-flung correspondent in Nome, Alaska, reports that swimming in the Bering Sea is a tradition there.
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