commodore commodore  /ˈkɑ mə ˌdɔr/


  • (n) a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral; the lowest grade of admiral


  • AS the commodore at the College Point Yacht Club , Tony Tondo holds a lofty title, suggesting a man in a blazer dining with moneyed members in an oak-paneled room.


  1. Is The Chevrolet SS Price TOO Steep For Success?

    While Holden is more than happy to show off the Commodore as General Motor's most luxurious Chevrolet sedan, one has to stop around and smell the roses.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Auto Spies

  2. VIDEO: Holden Starts Showing Off The Chevrolet SS As American Luxury

    In an interesting twist, it appears that General Motors' Holden division is marketing the new Holden Commodore using the Chevrolet SS. It's as clear as day that both cars are related; however, the way Holden has gone about it is peculiar.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Auto Spies

  3. Indiana, PA - Indiana County

    Jayden Sokol, 7, of Commodore, threw a cream pie at King Christopher, played by Dan George, of Shelocta, at Calvary Presbyterian Church’s Fun Fest Saturday in Clymer.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Indiana Gazette


  1. "I'm kind of scared. I open up the sports page and it's like seven pages of this kid," Guillen said Wednesday. "I was telling (bench coach) Joey (Cora, another former Commodore), 'I might walk him to face somebody else.' "
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Jose Guillen Source: The Tennessean

  2. "The Fijian regime, led by Commodore Bainimarama has conducted the military coup, he has violated the constitution, he has refused to hold elections, and he's suspended the judiciary," Rudd told ABC radio. "And so therefore we have taken a...
    on Nov 2, 2009 By: Kevin Rudd Source: AFP

  3. "The Blue Jackets thought the team was a little weak on defense," Fritsche said. "With the addition of Commodore and these two guys, they feel solid on the blue line with a lot of veteran leadership on the back end."
    on Jul 2, 2008 By: Dan Fritsche Source: International Herald Tribune

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