American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Florida, a residential suburb of Fort Lauderdale. Population: 85,900.
“The law firm of David J. Stern in Plantation, Fla., for instance, assigned a team of 12 to handle 12,000 foreclosure files at once for big financial companies such as Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Citigroup, according to court documents.”
“Vilmar Julme is fighting Bank of America, which is trying to plow ahead with the scheduled December foreclosure sale of his house in Plantation, Fla.”
“Put it all together and it is makes for a solid investment, said Lloyd McClendon, an owner of realauction. com in Plantation, Fla., one of several companies that conducts online auctions in Florida and other states.”
“Fannie and Freddie had previously suspended all foreclosures that had been referred to the law offices of David J. Stern in Plantation, Fla., a suburb of Fort Lauderdale.”
“Plimoth Plantation is great, over the years we visited there often and we always enjoyed our visit.”
“Ben and I were scribes for SRO (senior ranking officer) Rich Stratton (Cmdr. Richard A.) in Plantation and delivered his notes as dictated.”
“In all fairness, it must be confusing for Allen given that he calls "Plantation" home.”
“Plantation is Bristol’s only Caribbean restaurant and the staff are simply the best (we Brokeback Mountain on DVD and drank wine and chilled out.”
“Became a POW at this time for 3 years at a place called the Plantation in North Vietnam.”
“Meringe Plantation, which is of the Island of Ysabel, said Ysabel Island lying next north of Florida Island, where is the seat of government and where dwells the Resident Commissioner, Mr.C. M. Woodford.”
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