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And more hearings are scheduled for June in the Nassau County family court.
That office declined to comment as well and referred us back to Nassau County.
I live in the second-highest property taxed county in the entire country in Nassau County.Governor Cuomo: ‘Extreme Conservatives Have No Place In New York’|David Freedlander|January 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So in February 1965, they arrived in the city of Nassau on New Providence Island, connected to Paradise Island by a bridge.Catch Beatles Fever! Ten Essential Travel Destinations for Beatlemaniacs|Lonely Planet|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After soaking up the history at Nassau Hall, walk to Princeton University campus.
This species is exceedingly common at Nassau, and plays havoc with the more slowly moving bivalves, which it devours.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
He had to make the most of his time, for it would take him so long to get back to Nassau street, you know.
We know what it means when you take on arms in New York, and discharge your respectable passengers in Nassau.Mrs. Cliff's Yacht|Frank R. Stockton
It was his duty periodically to run the blockade between the little town of Guanaja and Nassau.The History of Cuba, vol. 4|Willis Fletcher Johnson
Is it to the denizen of a coal mine you apply for information about the Nassau balloon?Nuts and Nutcrackers|Charles James Lever
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.