Much is made of the fact that one of those bureaus is in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Birthers were back in force at the National Tea Party Convention in Nashville.
Living in Nashville, was it easier to get the Southern accent down?
That afternoon, in response, the students led a silent march through the streets of Nashville to the steps of City Hall.
Meanwhile, the Nashville groups claim their meeting has no third-party aspirations.
Imp is the most valuable horse on the place and would bring a high price in Nashville.
It was not until 1809 that a barge was warped upstream from New Orleans to Nashville.
Captain Dillon left for Nashville this P. M. after artillery equipment.
We learn from a reliable source that Nashville has been evacuated.
He removed and located at Nashville, and very soon was engaged in an active and remunerative practice.
capital of Tennessee, U.S., named for Gen. Francis Nash (1742-1777) of North Carolina, U.S. Revolutionary War hero killed at the Battle of Germantown. The surname is attested from 1296 in Sussex Subsidy Rolls, atten Eysse, atte Nasche (with assimilation of -n- from a preposition; see N), meaning "near an ash tree," or "near a place called Ash." In reference to a type of country & western music that originated there, 1963.
state and river, from Cherokee (Iroquoian) village name ta'nasi', of unknown origin.
City in central Tennessee.
Note: Center of country music.
State in the south-central United States bordered by Kentucky and Virginia to the north; North Carolina to the east; Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south; and Arkansas and Missouri to the west. Its capital is Nashville, and its largest city is Memphis.
Note: One of the Confederate states during the Civil War.