American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A medieval and poetic name for Scotland.
“SCOTIA - Red oak trees are dying in Scotia and the cause is something that's never been seen in New York before.”
“SCOTIA, NY - A New York Air National Guard LC-130 based at Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, successfully evacuated an Australian Antarctic researcher who suffered multiple fractures during a rescue mission conducted Nov. 3 to 5.”
“Bank of Nova Scotia is my main vendor because I can get to the main branch at Scotia Tower in Toronto.”
“Nova Scotia is a family travel, adventure travel place to visit with kayaking, biking, hiking and lighthouses.”
“Nova Scotia is a perfect Family Travel destination.”
“My vision of Nova Scotia is a strong, self-sufficient province that gets off equalization and stands on its own two feet.”
“Nova Scotia is the first province to introduce stable, predictable funding for health care for the next three years.”
“Both from his New England and from his Scottish ancestors he has inherited a love of education, so that Nova Scotia is a land of schools and small universities.”
“Still, within the Maritimes framework, Nova Scotia is ahead of the other provinces and the same relationship prevails.”
“In fact, the whole Province of Nova Scotia is a natural playground, as of its 15,000,000 acres in extent only 1,500,000 are capable of cultivation.”
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