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Del·mar·va Peninsula

 (dĕl-mär′və)
A peninsula of the eastern United States separating Chesapeake Bay from Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It includes most of Delaware and parts of eastern Maryland and Virginia.
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Delmarva Peninsula

(dɛlˈmɑːvə)
n
(Placename) a peninsula of the northeast US, between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic
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Del•mar′va Penin′sula

(dɛlˈmɑr və)
n.
a peninsula between Chesapeake and Delaware bays including most of Delaware and parts of Maryland and Virginia E of Chesapeake Bay. Compare Eastern shore.
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"We have advocated for increased transparency and predictability in the ratemaking process to enhance service for our customers and allow for better alignment of utility investments and state energy policies," said Dave Velazquez, president and CEO of Pepco Holdings, which includes Delmarva Power and Pepco.
Critique: A simply riveting read with more unexpected plot twists and hair raising turns than a Coney Island roller coaster, Caroline Taylor's "Death in Delmarva" is an especially and unreservedly recommended addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections.
Delmarva, headed by Robert Krasne, is comprised of the following stations:
Prior to joining the Community Foundation of Harford County, Knott was a freelance writer, editor and art director with Pines Media as well as executive director of both the Somerset County Local Management Board and the Delmarva Education Foundation and the Worcester County coordinator for Women Supporting Women.
Delmar Bancorp is the holding company for The Bank of Delmarva, which commenced operations in 1896.
Initial interviews of ill persons conducted by state and local health officials found that travel to the Delmarva region during the incubation period was commonly reported.
Distinguishing the Delmarva fox squirrel from the common grey squirrel is not difficult after you have seen a few.
In addition to Selbyville, DE, this year volunteers also gathered in Lumber Bridge, NC, cultivating lasting partnerships among residents, companies, and other contributors in Delmarva and North Carolina.
Artesian Resources Corporation (NASDAQ: ARTNA), a company that operates as the holding company of eight wholly-owned subsidiaries offering water, wastewater and engineering services on the Delmarva Peninsula, has announced a regular quarterly dividend on the company's Class A and Class B Common Stock.
24, 1872.) Find this and thousands of other wrecks on the new National Geographic map "Shipwrecks of Delmarva." At 28 inches by 35 inches, this fascinating, historical map pinpoints more than 2,400 wrecks off the coast of Delaware and parts of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, an area known for its dangerous shoals and unpredictable Nor'easters, as well as collisions, scuttlings, fatally bad luck, a couple of mutinies and random acts of war.