American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The most important of the seven hills of ancient Rome. Traditionally the location of the earliest Roman settlement, it was the site of many imperial palaces, including ones built by Tiberius, Nero, and Domitian.
- A village of northeast Illinois, a residential suburb of Chicago. Population: 67,400.
- From Latin Palatinus, from Palatium. (Wiktionary)
“Elizabeth Anne Hull, Frederik's wife for the last 25 years, Professor Emerita from Harper College in Palatine, IL has been honored as a Distinguished Faculty by her own college, by the Thomas Clareson Award for service to SF research and teaching by the Science Fiction Research Association (of which she is a past president), and by the Northwestern University Alumni Award for service to her profession.”
“By the time the night shift was ready to leave — 8 a.m. China time, 7 p.m. in Palatine, 8 p.m. on the U.S.”
“Forty-eight hours after the man in Palatine clicked “Buy it now!” on his computer, the item showed up at his door.”
“The name Palatine, which originally signified a pastoral colony, is derived from this divinity.”
“Her father, Johann Georg Kast, was born in German Palatine; her mother, Anna Margaretha Feg, in Idar Oberstein Germany.”
“As I watched, a customer in Palatine, Illinois, perhaps shopping from his office, clicked on the American company’s Web site to order two $25 accessories.”
“The Palatine was a bigoted zealot for this mode of ecclesiastical worship and government: the governor was strongly attached to it.”
“He says: "Its appellation originated from that of a ship called the Palatine, which was designedly cast away at this place in the beginning of the last century, in order to conceal, as tradition reports, the inhuman treatment and murder of some of its unfortunate passengers.”
“Haussleiter's attempt to show that the Palatine is the older is rejected by Harnack and Funk.”
“Moreover, the palaces of the Cæsars on the Palatine are a grandiose ruin that stirs the artist and makes the philosopher think; but if one sets himself to measure them, to conjecture from the remains the proportions of the entire edifices, he does not conjure up buildings that rival large modern constructions.”
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