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Definition of the noun marylander

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noun - plural: Marylanders

  1. a native or resident of Maryland
    • lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
    • more generic word: American = a native or inhabitant of the United States

Alternative definition of the noun marylander


  1. A person from Maryland


The Marylander was a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad afternoon passenger train between New York City and Washington, D.C., operated by the B&O in partnership with the Reading Railroad and the Central Railroad of New Jersey between Jersey City, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.. Other intermediate cities served were Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wilmington, Delaware, and Baltimore, Maryland. The Marylander's origin can be traced back to the late 1890s, when the B&O began its famed Royal Blue Line service between New York and Washington. Operating as #524 northbound and #525 southbound, the trains were called the New York Express and the Washington Express, respectively, in the 1910s and 1920s. The Marylander and its predecessors offered a high level of passenger amenities, such as parlor cars with private drawing rooms, full dining car service, deluxe lounge cars, and onboard radio and telephone service. The Marylander made history in 1948 when it was the first moving train to offer onboard television reception. It was one of B&O's faster trains on the route, maintaining a four-hour schedule until its discontinuation in October 1956 due to declining patronage.

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Google previewArizona in Literature (1970)

The First Ball of the Season Among employees of the Desert Indian Service, the Marylander is a rarity. Back in Maryland the Indian Service is unknown, all readers of the Sun-paper believing that Indians were originally designed by Buffalo Bill.

Google previewProceedings of the Annual Convention of the Maryland Bankers' Association (1908)

by Maryland Bankers' Association

Mayor, every true Marylander is a part of Baltimore. We, of the counties, know that what makes for the good and for the progress of Baltimore makes also for our good, and therefore we are doubly interested in and proud of Baltimore ...

Google previewThe Early Republic and Antebellum America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2015)

An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History by Christopher G. Bates

Late in 1849, four slaves owned by wealthy Marylander Edward Gorsuch escaped north across ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

HomeMaker's Magazine,barbecue was to theGeorgians “whatthe clambake is to Rhode Island, what a roastbeef dinner is to our English cousins, what canvasback duckistothe Marylander, and what a porkandbean supper is totheBostonian.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Civil War and Reconstruction (2004)

by William L. Richter

Chief Justice Taney (a Marylander) issued an opinion (ex parte Merryman) while on circuit in 1861 that military arrest could not take place and military commissions could not convene while civil courts were in session and operating freely, but ...

Google previewBlack America: A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2011)

A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia by Alton Hornsby Jr.

A native Marylander, James W. C. Pennington, represents Connecticut at the World AntiSlavery Convention in London. Frederick Douglass publishes The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave. Frederick Douglass ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Literary Pseudonyms in the English Language (2015)

by T.J. Carty

Julie Ellis MARY Ellen Mary Patrick Downing Mary St John MARY ANNE Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin A MARYLANDER Reverdy Johnson MASK ...

Google previewThe Oxford Desk Dictionary of People and Places (1999)

by Frank R. Abate

E1 Marylander n. Ma-sa-da Imo'sadel site in Israel of the ruins of a palace and fortification built by Herod the Great on the SW shore of the Dead Sea in the lst century B.C. It was a Jewish stronghold in the Zealots' revolt against the Romans ...

Google previewThe Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life in America [4 volumes] (2008)

by Randall M. Miller Ph.D.

Marylander and cousin of a Declaration of Independence signer, former Jesuit John Carroll became the first bishop of Baltimore. At that time, Catholics numbered about 35,000 in the midAtlantic states and scattered French settlements on the ...

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Compassionate Marylander Award Winners

Compassionate Marylander Award Winners. by Jay Baker at Annapolis, Maryland

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Scrabble value of M3A1R1Y4L1A1N1D2E1R1

The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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