from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An unincorporated village of southeast New York on northwest Long Island northwest of Mineola. It was the temporary headquarters of the United Nations from 1946 to 1951. Population: 2,830.
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Mr. Black now owns his 1892 "The Regata" and continues to collect him.
The Goths, after gathering at Regata, chose as king over them and the
"I know because I was told to take his parrot to Regata."
Regata al Sol from Pensacola Florida to Isla Mujeres MX, but this year with a twist.
• The sofa is a Della Robbia, Regata we bought at Rico on
Canaria, en la que coincidió con la competición, disputada en la tarde del sábado día 21 de junio de 2008: La Regata Concurso Fundación Ciudad de Las Palmas de Vela Latina Canaria.
Accordingly, when they heard that Naples had been captured, they began immediately to make all these charges against him openly and gathered at a place two hundred and eighty stades distant from Rome, which the Romans call Regata. [