a form of civil time observed on the island of Newfoundland, one and one-half hours later than Eastern time and a half hour later than Atlantic time.
noun 1. the French colonies and possessions in North America up to 1763. noun 1. the former French colonies and possessions in North America, most of which were lost to England and Spain by 1763: often restricted to the French possessions in Canada
noun 1. the principles and policies of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party under the leadership of President John F. Kennedy. A slogan used by President John F. Kennedy to describe his goals and policies. Kennedy maintained that, like the Americans of the frontier in the nineteenth century, Americans of the twentieth century had […]
noun 1. an advocate or follower of the New Frontier, especially one in public service.
[noo-geyt, -git, nyoo-] /ˈnuˌgeɪt, -gɪt, ˈnyu-/ noun 1. a prison in London, England: torn down 1902. /ˈnjuːɡɪt; -ˌɡeɪt/ noun 1. a famous London prison, in use from the Middle Ages: demolished in 1902 1596, in reference to the famous London prison, which was torn down 1902-3.