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The phone is apparently the one he took from his girlfriend after shooting her outside Baltimore and heading for New York.
The Horse You Came in On Saloon, Baltimore Horse-themed bars must be bad luck for famous authors.
He had shot and wounded his ex-girlfriend early that morning in Baltimore and headed for his native Brooklyn.
Janay admits that Baltimore Ravens officials urged her to apologize along with her husband.
So outraged he swung into action and summoned the former Baltimore Ravens running back to the NFL Vatican on Park Avenue.
Officers in mufti are known to have been sent out to Annapolis and Baltimore with orders and for news.
The thieves had been duly captured, the Mayor said, and they had been sent to Baltimore.In Her Own Right|John Reed Scott
The old gentleman was expected to arrive on a certain day, as a visitor, from Baltimore.
Emmerich was not a common mender of "old soles," but was the shoemaker to the bon-ton of Baltimore.Between the Lines|Henry Bascom Smith
It was determined to crush him, invade Maryland, and capture Baltimore and Washington.Following the Flag|Charles Carleton Coffin
British Dictionary definitions for baltimore (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for baltimore (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for baltimore
city in Maryland, U.S., founded 1729, named for Cecilius Calvert (1605-1675), 2nd baron Baltimore, who held the charter for Maryland colony; from a small port town in southern Ireland where the family had its seat, from Irish Baile na Tighe Mor, literally "townland of the big house." In old baseball slang, a Baltimore chop was a hit right in front of the plate that bounced high.
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Largest city in Maryland.