from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people formerly inhabiting Delaware and eastern Maryland between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic coast.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The Algonquian language of the Nanticoke.
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- n. a member of the Algonquian people formerly of Maryland and eastern Delaware
- n. the Algonquian language spoken by the Nanticoke and Conoy
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GONYEA: The Flamingo Diner on Route 11 in the working class town of West Nanticoke is also in the 11th district.
Then he called the Nanticoke to him, and spoke to him thus: "Thou canst not have my daughter -- thy blood cannot mingle with mine.
The Kuskarawaoks, later known as the Nanticoke, cautiously watched Smith's ship from the shore, climbing into the trees for a better look.
Maryland into Delaware, and is there formed of two tidal sources, the one to the north continuing to be called the Nanticoke, and that to the south -- nearly as imposing a stream -- named Broad Creek.
Elsewhere along Maryland's waterfront, officials of Wicomico County, on the Eastern Shore, declared an emergency and ordered the evacuation of areas near the Nanticoke and Wicomico Rivers.
And every time I drive through Nanticoke, PA, I think it should be Manticore, PA.
To address this quandary, the church on Main Street in Nanticoke embraced a new approach called the Goth Liturgy on Saturday night at 9.
Paul Kanjorksi D-Nanticoke holds town-hall style conferences over the phone has drawn criticism from challenger Lou Barletta.
Arbitrator Michel Picher ordered Imperial Oil to stop all random drug tests at its Nanticoke refinery as part of his decision.
In Nanticoke, Bruce was lookin' fer private investors.