Nantucket

[n] - an island resort off Cape Cod
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Nantucket

noun an island resort off Cape Cod; formerly a center of the whaling industry
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Nantucket

[ship] The Nantucket was a 350-ton whaler built in Nantucket, Massachusetts in 1837. First master, David N. Edwards, 1837-40 (left ship, replaced by F. C. Sanford), then: George Washington Gardner, 1841–45; Benjamin C. Gardner, 1845–50; Richard C. Gibbs 1850-54 (rescued Captain John Deblois and his crew two days after the ship Ann Alexa...
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Nantucket

[steamboat] The Nantucket was a sidewheel steamer operating as a ferry serving the islands of Martha`s Vineyard and Nantucket during the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century. On the Vineyard it docked at Cottage City (later Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts), Vineyard Haven, and the West Chop Wharf. The Nantucket...
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Nantucket

Far Away Light, sound island, town and light in Massachusetts.
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Nantucket

island in the Atlantic Ocean, about 30 miles (48 km) south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S., across Nantucket Sound. It is separated from Martha`s ... [1 related articles]
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Nantucket

Nantucket (năntŭk'it) , island, c.14 mi (23 km) long, from 3 to 6 mi (4.8–9.6 km) wide, SE Mass., lying c.25 mi (40 km) S of Cape Cod, from which it is separated by Nantucket Sound. Muskeget Channel is located between Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard to the west. Exhibiting evid...
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Nantucket

Nantucket was 1970's London Cockney rhyming slang for bucket.
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Nantucket

Resort island and county in southeast Massachusetts, USA, 40 km/25 mi south of Cape Cod across Nantucket Sound; population (2000 est) 9,500. Extending over 120 sq km/46 sq mi, its beaches have made it a popular summer vacation area. The island was explored by the English in 1602, settled in 1659 by Quaker and Presbyterian families, and ...
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