OTHER WORDS FROM WilmingtonWil·ming·to·ni·an [wil-ming-toh-nee-uhn], /ˌwɪl mɪŋˈtoʊ ni ən/, noun
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The name is associated with so many legacy institutions that greater Wilmington could be dubbed du Pontville.
The nearest store listed on the website as carrying this wine is — appropriately enough — in Wilmington, Del.This sauvignon blanc tastes like a splurge, but doesn’t cost like one|Dave McIntyre|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
For decades, the same Wilmington, North Carolina factory has churned out the fiber.
Wilmington is on board after landing a spot in this winter of musical chairs.Nationals extend invites to affiliates close to home amid widespread minor league changes|Jesse Dougherty|December 9, 2020|Washington Post
Wilmington, North Carolina, has extended its parklet program through mid-October, while Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti recently announced the city would extend its outdoor dining program through the end of 2020.
The first—and it turns out, only—stop was Douglass Academy, a new charter school in downtown Wilmington.
Its target population is children in several Wilmington housing projects.
But time was running out for the Wilmington black community.
Two days after the election, Waddell led a mob in destroying [Wilmington's leading black newspaper].
The real vice president was born in Scranton, Pa., but moved to Wilmington, Del., in 1953.Speed Read: 11 Best Bits from Joe Biden Satire ‘The President of Vice’|Caroline Linton|January 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She had been bought by a company of Englishmen, and, loaded with a most desirable cargo, had started for Wilmington or Charleston.
The "Merrimac" ran into Wilmington and delivered her valuable cargo in fine order.
We rented a house on Wilmington Street, an' lived on hard tack the Yankees give us 'til we could git work.
At three o'clock in the morning we were away from our anchorage, steaming up Wilmington River.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
His little army was in need of supplies and he marched to Wilmington, where stores brought by sea were laid up for him.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt