- a variety of white grape, grown for table use.
- the vine bearing this fruit.
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Contemporary Examples of niagara
It was in a tiny dark overheated little bar called Niagara, and three women read before me, younger and one not so much younger.Daphne Merkin on Lena Dunham, Book Criticism, and Self-Examination
December 26, 2014
After the war Milchberg relocated to Canada, where he settled in Niagara Falls and opened a jewelry store.The Week in Death: Irving Milchberg, the Teenage Gunrunner of the Warsaw Ghetto
March 1, 2014
A guy who didn't think successfully crossing Niagara Falls in 2012 was enough.Nik Wallenda Will Tightrope Walk Across the Grand Canyon, and He’s Not Even Nervous
June 22, 2013
Historical Examples of niagara
Another wraith there is in connection with this Niagara dock which cannot be omitted.
They are now laying down iron railroads, one of which is to lead to Niagara.
This gave me time to visit Niagara Falls, and some other places of historical interest in the neighborhood.
Finally in 1798 an Act of Parliament was obtained by the municipality restoring to the town its old name of Niagara.
The expedition against Niagara was commanded by general Shirley himself.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II.
waterfall from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, from a town name, perhaps from an Iroquoian language and meaning "a neck" (between two bodies of water); general sense of "a cataract, torrent" is attested from 1841; meaning " 'shower' of ringlets (true or false) in women's hair" is from 1864, also known as cataract curls.