Some articles on settled:
... were sponsored by groups of individuals, temples, and churches and settled in areas around Southern Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, and Vancouver, British Columbia ... Between 1975 to 1985, 110,000 settled in Canada (23,000 in Ontario 13,000 in Quebec 8,000 in Alberta 7,000 British Columbia 5,000 in Manitoba 3,000 in Saskatchewan and 2,000 in the Maritime ... As time passed, most eventually settled in urban centres like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Hamilton and Calgary ...
... to North America bearing the family name Reynolds were Henry, Samuel, Thomas Reynold settled in the Barbados in 1688 Christopher Reynolds settled in ...
... The Hebrides were settled early on in the settlement of the British Isles, perhaps as early as the Mesolithic era, around 8500-8250 BC, after the climatic conditions improved enough to ... Little is known of the people who settled in the Hebrides but they were likely of the same Celtic stock that had settled in the rest of Scotland ...
... Caraquet was first settled by Gabriel Giraud dit St ... He married a Mi'kmaq woman and settled in Lower Caraquet ... from southern New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in 1755, some Acadians settled in Upper Caraquet ...
... holy city of Banaras(Varanasi) to perform the religious ceremonies for Peshwas and ultimately settled there ... This branch afterward settled in Bombay ... One branch of the Rigvedi family settled in Chiplun, a town in Ratnagiri district on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra ...
More definitions of "settled":
- (adj): Established or decided beyond dispute or doubt.
Example: "With details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"
- (adj): Not changeable.
Example: "A period of settled weather"
Famous quotes containing the word settled:
“I have never believed that war settled anything satisfactorily, but I am not entirely sure that some times there are certain situations in the world such as we have in actuality when a country is worse off when it does not go to war for its principles than if it went to war.”
—Eleanor Roosevelt (18841962)
“We are in a period when old questions are settled and the new are not yet brought forward. Extreme party action, if continued in such a time, would ruin the party. Moderation is its only chance. The party out of power gains by all partisan conduct of those in power.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“There is something so settled and stodgy about turning a great romance into next of kin on an emergency room form, and something so soothing and special, too.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)