Nassau

[n] - the capital of the Bahamas
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Nassau

capital of the Bahamas noun the capital of the Bahamas
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Nassau

capital of The Bahamas, a port on the northeastern coast of New Providence Island, and one of the world`s chief pleasure resorts. The climate is ... [6 related articles]
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Nassau

historical region of Germany, and the noble family that provided its hereditary rulers for many centuries. The present-day royal heads of The ... [1 related articles]
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Nassau

county, southeastern New York state, U.S., on central Long Island just east of the borough (and county) of Queens, New York City. It consists of a ... [1 related articles]
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Nassau

The USS Nassau was an American light fleet aircraft carrier of 7800 tons displacement converted from a mercantile hull and launched in 1942. The USS Nassau was powered by Foster Wheeler type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots and carried a complement of 650 and 21 aircraft. She was armed with one 5 inch gun; sixteen 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraf
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Nassau

Nassau (nă'sô) , city (1990 pop. 172,196), capital of the Bahamas. A port on New Providence island, it has a large and beautiful harbor and is the commercial and social center of the islands. Its warm, healthful climate and colorful atmosphere have made it a popular resort. Formerly ...
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Nassau

Nassau (nä'sou) , former duchy, W central Germany, situated N and E of the Main and Rhine rivers. It is now mostly included in the state of Hesse, and partly in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Wiesbaden was the capital; other towns included the mineral spas of Bad Homburg, Bad Schwalbach...
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Nassau

Capital and chief port of the Bahamas, on New Providence Island; population (2000) 210,800. With its fine beaches, tropical vegetation, and resort developments, it is one of the world's leading tourist spots, especially in winter. It was the site in 1994 of an international conference on biol...
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Nassau

A three part bet in which separate wagers are made on the first nine, last nine and complete round.
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Nassau

Nassau is a very well known and most popular name for Best Nines.
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Nassau

A type of wager in which the first nine holes, the last nine holes and the total for 18 holes are th
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