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Chincoteague Bay

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A long narrow bay off northeast Virginia and southeast Maryland. Chincoteague Island is at the southern end of the bay.

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Examples

  • Still, they are very nice oysters, especially the ultra-briny Olde Salt variety from the Chincoteague Bay, which is apparently a very salty body of water.

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

  • The moonlight scarcely fretted the soft expanse of Chincoteague Bay.

    Tales of the Chesapeake

  • Sight because their case rests largely on the historic nature of their view shed, but as has been pointed out recently in a letter from the governors of six East Coast states - representing the entire seacoast bar Connecticut, from Newburyport to Chincoteague Bay - granting an "historic vista" veto to offshore wind power would pretty much scuttle any such development, in the Northeast.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • Sight because their case rests largely on the historic nature of their view shed, but as has been pointed out recently in a letter from the governors of six East Coast states - representing the entire seacoast bar Connecticut, from Newburyport to Chincoteague Bay - granting an "historic vista" veto to offshore wind power would pretty much scuttle any such development, in the Northeast.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • Olde Salts and Snow Hill are from the Chincoteague Bay right alongside the Atlantic, so they explode in your mouth with a salty blast.

    Brandon Eats

  • "(The) Chincoteague Bay has always been our jewel and our gem," Wilson said.

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  • Coastal Bays Program Director Dave Wilson said scientists and researchers who gathered data used to grade the bays were surprised to see evidence that the southern Chincoteague Bay, traditionally one of the county's cleaner watersheds, was showing signs of declining water quality.

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  • Ocean waters are slowly encroaching on the low-lying areas along the Chincoteague Bay, turning farmland into marsh and drowning delicate wildlife habitats.

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