Once they sped to Delaware, state officials were eager to help the couple.
Delaware, with its small electorate and winner-take-all prize, is his remaining best chance to get a third state behind him.
Now he is even moving to Delaware to establish a foothold in America.
Next to her is Ken, a 43-year-old who drove from Delaware to participate in his first patrol.
While Romney and Santorum duke it out in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, Gingrich settles for wooing Delaware.
It seemed that all Delaware colony must be at the waterfront.
I believe the whole crew of the Delaware was sorry when the cruise was up.
The Delaware, from its source in the Catskills to the sea, is about three hundred and sixty miles in length.
At first the Hurons believed the Delaware had been thus deformed by witchcraft.
But New Jersey and Delaware, mindful of recent grievances, were not to be argued down or soothed.
U.S. state, river, Indian tribe, named for the bay, which was named for Baron (commonly "Lord") De la Warr (Thomas West, 1577-1618), first English colonial governor of Virginia. The family name is attested from 1201, from Delaware in Brasted, Kent, probably ultimately from de la werre "of the war" (a warrior), from Old French werre/guerre "war."