from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of central Florida east-northeast of Tampa. It is a winter resort and processing center in a citrus-growing region. Population: 90,200.
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- proper n. The Lake District is also known as the Lakes or Lakeland. It is a rural area in North West England.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as lake country.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a popular tourist area in northwestern England including England's largest lake and highest mountain
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LAKELAND - Updates from the state wrestling tournament in Lakeland on Saturday:
LAKELAND LOOKING FORWARD: The mantra for the Lakeland football team will be "make our own memories."
LAKELAND - The Jensen Beach volleyball team has an idea what to expect when it faces the Fort Myers Green Wave in the Class 4A state final Saturday afternoon in Lakeland.
LAKELAND | Some of Jennifer Johnson's last cries for help were recorded by Plant City 911 operators as the 31-year-old Tampa woman called from the trunk of a car Saturday, Tampa and Lakeland police confirmed Thursday.
THE LAKELAND FLYING TIGERS TAKE ON the Tampa Yankees in a Florida State League Game today at Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland.
LAKELAND | Evangelist Todd Bentley, who led a Pentecostal revival in Lakeland from a modest beginning to near-historic proportions, has filed for separation from his wife, a former spokesperson said Monday, and will not return to the ongoing revival.
The purpose was not only to visit my grandparents but the family farm, which we call Lakeland, was five miles from Upperville.
I carefully cataloged these and simultaneously pulled together a group of apostles which I called the Lakeland Outpouring Apostolic
"I'm so happy they picked me," Pouncey said by phone from his home in Lakeland, Fla.
One day this week in Lakeland, he turned a 95-mile-per-hour fastball into a tape-measure homer.