She married Kenneth Dear, a businessman, in 1964, and after his retirement they moved to Malta, then Monte Carlo.
His disregard for the law put him in prisons across Italy and Malta.
Roberts and his family left for Malta, where he is teaching a course, the day after the ruling.
On April 17 and 18, the pope will travel to Malta where a growing number of alleged abuse victims are coming forward.
These less animated, if no less personal, adventures, to China, as well as Malta and Cyprus, sag in comparison.
The Mediterranean Fleet was at Malta, powerless to move an engine or fire a gun.
In Malta, where it is indigenous, a convalescence of three weeks is allowed.
What a triangle of strongholds—Cyprus, Malta, and Gibraltar!
We had a quick passage from Malta, and made the French coast just before nightfall.
Why Coleridge left Malta, is as difficult to explain upon any principles of ordinary business, as why he had ever gone thither.
Mediterranean island, from Latin Melite, perhaps from Phoenician melita, literally "place of refuge," from malat "he escaped."
Note: Malta, strategically located, has belonged to a succession of civilizations, including the ancient Greeks and the Roman Empire. In 1800, the British established control of Malta, which, since its independence in 1964, has continued to maintain close ties with Britain.