- Alva Ert·skin Smith Vanderbilt [urt-skin] /ˈɜrt skɪn/, 1853–1933, U.S. women's-rights activist and socialite.
- August,1816–90, U.S. financier, diplomat, and horse-racing enthusiast, born in Germany.
- a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston.
- a city in W California.
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Contemporary Examples of belmont
Then I worked my way through college at a mental hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts.James Patterson Goes Full ‘Fahrenheit 451’ With Burning Book Video
November 25, 2014
Bettors placed over $9 million on California Chrome, the most wagered on any single horse to win the Belmont Stakes.
At Belmont, jockeys must not let their horse run too hard too early, and conserve some energy for the half-mile-long backstretch.
Finishing the Triple Crown with the Belmont is like concluding a triathlon with a marathon.
Last year his team narrowly missed the big dance, losing to Belmont in the Atlantic Sun Championship final.Florida Gulf Coast University Are the Talk of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tourney
March 25, 2013
Historical Examples of belmont
"I wonder did they just put that bit in about Belmont," he said.The Foolish Lovers
St. John G. Ervine
Belmont House, now a private residence, was the northern wing.Hampstead and Marylebone
Geraldine Edith Mitton
Not for all the ducats in Belmont will I call Portia a learned judge again.Betty Wales Senior
Rendel as he looked at it, saw that the signature was "Belmont."The Arbiter
Lady F. E. E. Bell
But you should have been out to Belmont to-day, Master Pothier!The Golden Dog