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- He learned that rats hate raw beets (I sympathize) and that scrambled eggs and macaroni and cheese are popular rat comfort foods, just as they are for human Baltimoreans.
- The survey reveals that Baltimoreans have concerns about quality of life: The social scene is wanting, public schools are lacking, and job opportunities are in short supply.
- Such oval and round cellarets are known in this country only from Baltimore and places to which Baltimoreans migrated, such as Winchester, Virginia, in the Shenandoah valley.
Pronunciation: /bɔːltɪˈmɔːrɪən, bɒl-/noun & adjective
named after George Calvert, the first Baron Baltimore (circa1580–1632), who in 1632 obtained a grant of land for the colony later to become Maryland.
More definitions of BaltimoreDefinition of Baltimore in:
- The US English dictionary