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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Florida, a residential suburb of Fort Lauderdale. Population: 59,500.

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  • In 2003, for instance, when a man in Lauderhill, Florida, painted his house deep purple with gold trim, outraged neighbors demanded — and got — a new city ordinance establishing an official color palette and giving him three years to repaint.

    Paint of View

  • Mr. Thornton was arrested in April by federal agents after a raid on his Lauderhill, Fla., home.

    Official Resigns After Misusing City Letterhead

  • * Stitch Wars: an archive of the artwork in Bear and Bird Gallery's "Stitch Wars" exhibition in Lauderhill, FL.

    Odin's Day

  • Lauderhill PD, Lauderhill Fire Rescue and the Broward Sheriff's office were also present engaging with the community.

    Nezar Hamze: Weekend Of Prayer, Peace And Unity In South Florida

  • Later Friday, about 70 football players and supporters attended a press conference in Tarrytown, N.Y., where a teammate, Daniel Parker, of Lauderhill, Fla., briefly recounted the chaos of that night.

    Danroy Henry Was Aided Quickly, Police Chief Says

  • Zelman said last month that Parker, of Lauderhill, Fla., knows CPR and begged police to let him try to save Henry, but instead "they put a gun to his ribs and they told him to back ... up or he would be next."

    Danroy Henry's Arrested Teammates Seek Dismissal Of Charges

  • Franck Noel, a resident of the International Village condominium complex in Lauderhill, Fla., was never late on his payments to the homeowners association, which lost track of his December 2008 payments for monthly maintenance and assessments.

    Corrections

  • Jason Henry for The Wall Street Journal Owners at Mr. Schulman's complex, International Village in Lauderhill, Fla., are supposed to pay maintenance fees to support a Bavarian-style clubhouse, with a 24-foot ceiling and a stone fireplace.

    Condo Quarrels

  • The nastiest controversies arise in places like Mountain Crest or Lauderhill, where some homeowners expect the freedom to choose their own colors.

    Paint of View

  • Update: Alex sez, "The Lauderhill cop who was shown intimidating an individual looking to file a police complaint on hidden camera took the news station to court to stop the story from airing."

    Boing Boing: February 19, 2006 - February 25, 2006 Archives

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