Examples from the Web for essex
Three years later, another father and son duo found a 500-year-old gold pendant worth $4 million in Essex.
“They get paid for their oil in dollars,” said David Solin, a partner at Foreign Exchange Analytics in Essex, Connecticut.Did Russia Just Dump a Huge Amount of U.S. Government Bonds?|Daniel Gross|March 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“It is a little more exciting,” said Joe DiVincenzo, the Essex County Executive in the lobby of the statehouse, prior to speech.In State of the State, Christie Tries to Cross the Bridge|David Freedlander|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
According to the Essex court document, that move may have cost her custody of her child.Italian Woman Says British Doctors Forced Her to Have a C-Section, Took Her Baby|Barbie Latza Nadeau and Nico Hines|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then the power went out next door, at a shelter housed by the Essex County Office of Emergency Management.At New Jersey’s Turtle Back Zoo, Humans Slept Alongside the Pythons|Winston Ross|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As a rule all ships reef down while going around, and here was the Essex under full sail.With Porter in the Essex|James Otis
Egerton's eldest son had accompanied Essex into Ireland, and died there, which is the subject of the letter.The Town|Leigh Hunt
On the coast of Essex the name "quay-lowders" is given to these crustaceans, "lowder" being apparently an old plural of louse.The British Woodlice|Wilfred Mark Webb
A number of powerful British frigates were searching for the Essex, which had wrought such prodigious mischief.Dewey and Other Naval Commanders|Edward S. Ellis
Rupert continued to hover about Essex's army, and ordered Wilmot to take Marlborough.Rupert Prince Palatine|Eva Scott
British Dictionary definitions for essex (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for essex (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for essex
Old English East-Seaxe "East Saxons," who had a 7c. kingdom there.