American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An unincorporated community of central Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. Population: 33,500.
“Alfred Cordero, 82, a retired Federal Aviation Administration electronic technician and volunteer with Maryland and Prince George's County police forces, died Oct. 11 at his home in Suitland of complications from a fall.”
“He helped build a radar site in Suitland early in his career and later helped maintain the equipment at that location and a later site in The Plains, Va.”
“On one of our trips a major find came at the Archives in Suitland, Maryland just before the big transfer of materials to College Park, the new facility.”
“He was a member of St. Bernardine of Siena Catholic Church in Suitland.”
“In reviewing old case files, detectives discovered that a woman who was attacked along Silver Hill Road in Suitland in August 1997 told police that the rapist had been wearing a green zippered jumpsuit.”
“Detectives also believe that the man lived close to the Suitland attack, as he fled on foot into the surrounding neighborhood.”
“We could then provide more buses, especially to Suitland Federal Complex; no buses go to that location.”
“The jury declined to award Brooks, of Suitland, punitive damages.”
“A 27-year old man was killed early Saturday in a three-alarm fire that swept through a Suitland apartment complex, destroying much of the brick building and leaving at least 24 families homeless, Prince George's County fire officials said.”
“Kwasi Holman, president and executive director of the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation, said the county will conduct a study that will offer recommendations for incentives to builders for "intense office development" around the Southern Avenue, Naylor Road, Suitland and Branch Avenue Metro stations.”
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