American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast North Carolina northeast of Raleigh. Population: 57,100.
“Prosecutors said Helms and his brother, the late Ramsey Helms, conspired to sell moonshine-making supplies such as sugar and jugs out of Farmers Exchange, a Rocky Mount store that has since closed.”
“Council around the Triad Area, and we have one that was organized two years ago in the eastern part of the state at Wilson and Rocky Mount and that area.”
“Gilbert Davis no relation to the famed moonshine defenders, the Davises of Rocky Mount was representing Duck Smith.”
“Bill Davis was a lawyer in Rocky Mount until his death in 2004.”
“Pulaski Mission five months; Danville Station six months; Harmony Circuit three years; Rocky Mount two years.”
“Rocky Mount Circuit was found to be fifteen miles long, and was treated in a similar manner.”
“She was born in Kentucky and dropped out of Franklin High School in Rocky Mount when she was sixteen.”
“The Rocky Mount man who evaded conviction despite being caught several times in vehicles loaded with jugs of moonshine was not able to escape his own paper trail.”
“While I waited to hear from them, I drove down to Rocky Mount and out Route 40 and took a few snapshots of Smith’s Auto Sales.”
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