from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a Baltic-speaking people.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Lithuania, Latvia, or Estonia.
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- n. An inhabitant of one of the modern Baltic states: Lithuania, Latvia or Estonia.
- n. An ethnic descendant of the Indo-European Baltic people, especially including ethnic Lithuanians, Latvians or Prussians, but generally not including ethnic Belarusians, Estonians, Germans, Jews, Livonians, Poles, Russians, Swedes or Tatars who have also inhabited or currently inhabit the modern Baltic states.
- n. A native speaker of one of the Baltic languages: Lithuanian, Latvian, Old Prussian, Sudovian and related languages.
No missed starts since jumping into the lineup in 2006; Jared Gaither, Balt.
Go watch a rerun of the playoff win against Indianapolis and see what those boomers did for field position; Sam Koch, Balt.
Top 10 list of single-day rainfall events at Reagan National (DC), BWI (Balt) and Dulles (IAD) airports.
Wonder when Balt will work out out the Bolt linkage ... ..
Sorry Bob have already hammered the frack out of the ‘Distressed Balt’ line.
Top 10 list of single-day September rainfall events at Reagan National (DC), BWI (Balt) and Dulles (IAD) airports.
Initially, in Barron v. Balt, the Supreme Court rejected the notion of the application of the Bill of Rights in trials against state governments.
AL Baltimore at Tampa Bay Mora, Balt, left game in 3rd with grade 1 left hamstring strain.
BTW, I found out last year that 5: 30-7: 00 AM is an extremely busy time for the Wash/Balt airports too.
Balt, the Supreme Court rejected the notion of the application of the Bill of Rights in trials against state governments.