So in February 1965, they arrived in the city of Nassau on New Providence Island, connected to Paradise Island by a bridge.
I remember one day I was standing with Paul by the water in Nassau, and I looked down and saw what appeared to be a fossil.
The couple exchanged vows in a non-legally binding ceremony on a boat near Nassau a few weeks later.
As I reached Nassau Street, I noticed an NYPD truck with metal barricades piled up in the back.
In the town of Hempstead, in Nassau County, there used to be two cliques, Hughes said.
Two days later they were at Nassau in the Bahamas, from which the voyage to England was a secondary and fairly easy matter.
It displayed the arms of Nassau quartered with those of England.
The shock was sustained by young Adolphus of Nassau, at the head of an equal number of riders.
He resigned in 1862 and went into the Confederacy through the blockade from Nassau.
Our first voyage to Nassau was made without any unusual incident.
in golf, a type of competition in which a point is awarded for winning the first nine holes, another point for winning the second nine, and a third point for winning the entire 18-hole round and the players place bets on each of these points; also, this three-part bet
Nassau can be played match play or medal (stroke play).
capital of the Bahamas, from a site name attested from 1690s, in honor of King William III of England (1650-1702), of the House of Orange-Nassau, from the duchy of Nassau in western Germany, named for a village in the Lahn valley, from Old High German nass "wet." Related: Nassauvian.
islands discovered by Columbus in 1492, settled by English in 1648, long after the native population had been wiped out by disease or carried off into slavery; the name is said to be from Spanish baja mar "low sea," in reference to the shallow water here, but more likely represents a local name, Guanahani, whose origin had been lost and whose meaning has been forgotten.