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The first member of the Levy family to own Monticello was Uriah Phillips Levy, a decorated naval officer who served as the first Jewish commodore of the U.S. Navy.
On this week's On the Radar, cleveland.com meteorologist Kelly Reardon talks to the North Coast Women's Sailing Association commodore, Shauna Welch, to learn about the challenges facing Northeast Ohio sailors.
Garner, the Fairhope Yacht Club’s former commodore, was dismissive of the Coast Guard’s investigation.
In mix for No. 1 overall pick after outstanding season for Commodores.
The Commodores will face eighth seed UNLV on Tuesday.
The Commodores have now outscored Alabama, 31-2, in the series.
Mason is 13-24 in three seasons at Vanderbilt, but led the Commodores to a 6-7 record and an Independence Bowl berth last season.
And while Vanderbilt is experienced, can Derek Mason lead the Commodores back into bowl play?
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Origin and Etymology of commodore
First Known Use: 1695See Words from the same year
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Definition of commodore for English Language Learners
: a high-ranking officer in the navy
: the person who is in charge of a yachting or boating club
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