Examples from the Web for malta
“Somebody requested from Ecuador through Malta for us to transport, I think it was like a ton of gold,” Petrossov says.
She married Kenneth Dear, a businessman, in 1964, and after his retirement they moved to Malta, then Monte Carlo.
Roberts and his family left for Malta, where he is teaching a course, the day after the ruling.The Media Man-Crush on John Roberts, Conservative Who Saved Obamacare|Howard Kurtz|July 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
These less animated, if no less personal, adventures, to China, as well as Malta and Cyprus, sag in comparison.Roughing It With Jonathan Franzen’s ‘Farther Away’|Chris Wallace|April 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His disregard for the law put him in prisons across Italy and Malta.Vincenzo Pacelli Says Knights of Malta Murdered Artist Caravaggio|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He is first-lieutenant on the "Pandora," you know, and just home after four years at Malta.The Schoolmistress|Arthur W. Pinero
Malta was visited, so were the Ionian Islands, and the frigate clove through the waters of the Levant.The Three Midshipmen|W.H.G. Kingston
"Before he went to Malta, of course," said Robinson in mild surprise.The Green Mummy|Fergus Hume
This luscious orange, even in Malta, where it abounds, sells for a higher price than the ordinary fruit.
It may be said truthfully that there are few places which surpass Malta in antiquarian interest.
British Dictionary definitions for malta
Word Origin and History for malta
Mediterranean island, from Latin Melite, perhaps from Phoenician melita, literally "place of refuge," from malat "he escaped."