Gibraltar

[n] - colony of the United Kingdom located on a limestone promontory at the southern tip of Spain
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Gibraltar

• (n.) A strongly fortified town on the south coast of Spain, held by the British since 1704; hence, an impregnable stronghold. • (n.) A kind of candy sweetmeat, or a piece of it; -- called, in full, Gibraltar rock.
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Gibraltar

[Wilmington, Delaware] Gibraltar (previously known as the Hugh Rodney Sharp Mansion), located at 2505 Pennsylvania Avenue in Wilmington, Delaware, is a country estate home dating from c. 1844 that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It takes its name from the Rock of Gibraltar, alluding to the high rocky outcrop on which ...
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Gibraltar

Click images to enlargeBritish dependency, situated on a narrow rocky promontory at the southern tip of Spain; the Rock of Gibraltar formed one of the Pillars of Hercules with Mount Acho, near Ceuta, across the Strait of Gibraltar on the north African coast; area 6.5 sq km/2.5 sq mi; population (2003 est) ...
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Gibraltar

Gi·bral'tar noun 1. A strongly fortified town on the south coast of Spain, held by the British since 1704; hence, an impregnable stronghold. 2. A kind of candy sweetmeat, or a piece of it; -- called, in full, Gibraltar rock .
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Gibraltar

British overseas territory occupying a narrow peninsula of Spain`s southern Mediterranean coast, just northeast of the Strait of Gibraltar. It is 3 ... [16 related articles]
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Gibraltar

Gibraltar (jibrôl'tur) , British overseas territory (2005 est. pop. 27,900), 2.5 sq mi (6.5 sq km), on a narrow, rocky peninsula extending into the Mediterranean Sea from SW Spain. Most of the peninsula is occupied by the Rock of Gibraltar. (Lat. Calpe), one of the Pillars of Hercules, whi...
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