from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Australia northwest of Melbourne. A port of entry at the mouth of the Torrens River, it was founded in 1836. Population: 1,110,000.
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- proper n. A female given name
- proper n. State capital of South Australia, named in honor of Queen Adelaide, wife of King William IV.
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- n. the state capital of South Australia
December 9th, 2009 ADELAIDE - West Indies cricket captain Chris Gayle and his team now have aspirations of drawing the Test series against Australia after giving the hosts a fight in Adelaide.
[Pageheading: LETTER FROM QUEEN ADELAIDE] _Queen Adelaide to Queen Victoria.
Craig was alarmed by what he described as Adelaide's "lack of thirst for competition" against Port, who admit they are redeveloping after lean years.
I attend the U3A here in Adelaide which is the "University of the 3rd Age" it is a fabulous way for Seniors to go back to study.
So the Oz Natcon this year is called Conjecture, and it's going to be held in Adelaide, over the June long weekend (June 5-8).
Last week in Adelaide there were beacoup des velos for the TOUR DOWN UNDER.
It is just possible – in Adelaide and Sydney – that England might want to play a second spinner, in which case Bresnan might be included to provide more batting and to balance the side.
I am in Adelaide and yes the software installed “instantly” without fuss.
I love it – I bought my Hulsta furniture from Transforma in Adelaide, Australia.
However in Adelaide, there was but one society, and they were considered the most English and exclusive.