from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Malta, on the northeast coast of the main island. Dating to the 16th century, it contains many relics of the Knights of Malta. Population: 6,300.
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- proper n. The capital of the Republic of Malta.
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- n. the capital of Malta; located on the northeastern coast of the island
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The photographs show the Archbishop of Malta together with the canons of the church of St. Paul's Shipwreck in Valletta, Malta.
Tel: +356-21-450-560 www. xarapalace.com The five-star Hotel Phoenicia Malta in the capital city of Valletta is conveniently located close to the airport, national museums and waterfront.
More than 300 people are expected to join Valletta who will be giving brief remarks.
Valletta is a former NFL lineman and is currently in sales at KRLD.
A TV-watching FrontBurnervian points out Chris Valletta is another contestant on the newest Apprentice.
Travelers who enjoy history should visit Casa Rocca Piccola in Valletta.
Delmé entered Valletta, which is bustling always, even at night; but was more than usually so, as there happened to be a fête at the palace.
Many of the smaller boats are registered in places such as Valletta and Nassau, indicating the possibility of ownership by people reluctant to pay their debts to the wider society.
Many of the smaller boats are registered in places such as Valletta and
The UNESCO World Heritage Trail Podcasts focus on Valletta and on Malta's main archaeological sites including The Hypogeum and Ggantija, and gives a historic background to the Islands; the Malta Locations Podcasts focuses on those places, which have been popular in film production, such as Valletta, Mdina and Rabat, and Gozo.