What the delta boys are to the south, groups like Boko Haram are to the north.
When Tonie Tobias started at delta in 1996 she was shy and closeted.
Please call delta toll free (1-800-221-1212) with any questions you may have.
When I went to college at UC Berkeley, I pledged delta delta delta.
Al-Liby was seized by a delta Force team from outside his Tripoli home when returning from early morning prayers.
Arriving at delta, Mr. Malcom drove directly to the railroad station.
In this delta, more than a league square, lay the Golden Valley.
He was the first to make a parachute descent from an airship; this was from the airship delta, in 1913.
He was exiled at the age of 30 to Tomi, a town south of the delta of the Danube.
The foreshore at Caman is low and marshy where the salt water covers the outer edge of the delta.
c.1200, Greek letter shaped like a triangle, equivalent to our "D," the name from Phoenician daleth "tent door." Herodotus used it of the mouth of the Nile, and it was so used in English from 1550s; applied to other river mouths from 1790.
delta del·ta (děl'tə)
Symbol δ, Δ The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet.
The fourth one in a series.
A surface or part that resembles a triangle, such as the terminus of a pattern in a fingerprint or the shape of a muscle.
Of or characterizing the atom or radical group that is fourth in position from the functional group of atoms in an organic molecule.
Of or relating to one of four closely related chemical substances.
Relating to or characterizing a polypeptide chain that is one of five types of heavy chains present in immunoglobins.
A usually triangular mass of sediment, especially silt and sand, deposited at the mouth of a river. Deltas form when a river flows into a body of standing water, such as a sea or lake, and deposits large quantities of sediment. They are usually crossed by numerous streams and channels and have exposed as well as submerged areas.