from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northwest Florida on the Gulf of Mexico east-southeast of Pensacola. It is a resort and fishing center and a port of entry. Population: 36,800.
- See Panama.
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- proper n. The capital of Panama.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the capital and largest city of Panama
- n. a resort and fishing town on the Gulf of Mexico in northwest Florida
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And as you look here at some live pictures from Panama City, which is kind of on the far right side of the zone, which may or may not be -- that's misleading, I think, to folks.
M. O'BRIEN: And one of the things, I don't know if I could telestrate over this right now, but the key thing to remember is, you know, when you start talking about Panama City, which is right about there, is that right hand side is the portion where the real trouble is, because the circular flow of a hurricane brings up all the sea water and the real heavy winds.
Panama City, which is highly accessible by automobile in the southern part of the U.S., has been attracting the college market for the past 20 years.
That being said, there were plans to build a disneyworld just outside of Panama City, which is just a damn shame.
I don't think it was called "Panama City" back then, just Panama.
I wrote a script titled "Panama City," which is not relevant to the story.
In others, such as Panama City, Fla., it didn't air at all.
Kostis said some students are also driving to Florida, rather than flying, and hitting cheaper destinations such as Panama City instead of Miami or Fort Lauderdale.
"Now, lots of people are doing it," -- people from other beach areas such as Panama City, and Gulf Shores, he said.
Florida destinations such as Panama City, Mexico Beach, Pensacola, Port St. Joe and
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