a fort at the entrance to Hampton Roads, in SE Virginia.
a military reservation in SE Virginia, SE of Hampton at Old Point Comfort.
[muh n-roh] /mənˈroʊ/
Harriet, 1861?–1936, U.S. editor and poet.
James, 1758–1831, 5th president of the U.S. 1817–25.
Marilyn (Norma Jean Baker or Mortenson) 1926–62, U.S. film actress.
William Smith (“Bill”; “The Father of Bluegrass”) 1911–96, U.S. musician, singer, and songwriter.
a city in N Louisiana.
a city in SE Michigan, on Lake Erie.
a town in SW Connecticut.
a city in S North Carolina.
a town in S Wisconsin.
a male given name.
James. 1758–1831, US statesman; fifth president of the US (1817–25). He promulgated the Monroe Doctrine (1823)
Marilyn, born Norma Jeane Mortenson. later Norma Jeane Baker, sometimes spelled Norma Jean, 1926–62, US film actress. Her films include Niagara (1952), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), and Some Like It Hot (1959)
[mool-tree] /ˈmul tri/ noun 1. a fort in the harbor of Charleston, S.C.: defended against British in the American Revolution by Col. William Moultrie (1730–1805); in the Civil War, played an important role in the bombardment of Fort Sumter and in Confederate defense. [mohl-tree, mool-] /ˈmoʊl tri, ˈmul-/ noun 1. William, 1730–1805, U.S. general. 2. […]
[mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/ noun 1. a military reservation in N Virginia, N of Alexandria.
[mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/ noun 1. a military reservation in N Virginia, N of Alexandria. [mahy-erz] /ˈmaɪ ərz/ noun 1. a city on the W coast of Florida.
noun 1. a river in NE British Columbia, flowing NW to the Liard River. 100 miles (160 km) long. 2. a town on this river and the Alaska Highway.