American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rockingham, Second Marquis of. Title of Charles Watson-Wentworth. 1730-1782. British politician who served as prime minister (1765-1766 and 1782), repealed the Stamp Act (1766), and favored American independence.
- n. English statesman who served as prime minister and who opposed the war with the American colonies (1730-1782)
“ROCKINGHAM - A woman suffered minor to moderate injuries when her vehicle went off the road, through a yard and into a tree about 5 p.m. Sunday on Saxtons River Road in Rockingham, according to state police.”
“ROCKINGHAM -- It started 103 years ago when a group of Rockingham residents decided to march to the historic Rockingham Meeting House for a picnic.”
“ROCKINGHAM SPEEDWAY: The Frank Kimmel Street Stock Nationals will race at Rockingham Speedway at noon on New Year's Day in the Polar Bear 150. 200”
“The Second Supervisor District in Rockingham is another GOP stronghold where Fulk embarrassed Lohr when you look at the number of Kilgore voters who rejected him for a Democrat.”
“My uncle ended up in Rockingham one Christmas getting his black and tan coon hound!!!”
“I spent last evening with nearly 500 fired-up Democrats in Rockingham County, sitting next to a physician.”
“As I'll have the children and no husband that weekend, I would prefer to host said gathering at my home in Rockingham, but would love to hear other (child friendly) suggestions for venue.”
“I had my first day at Kolbe Catholic College in Rockingham today and I really enjoyed it.”
“Rockingham is lovely, and while not originally where we were looking, it's ideal really.”
“Gene Odom and Leonard Skinner, Jr. stop in Rockingham, NC on their way to Baltimore to sign autographs at American Classics.”
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