American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Asbury, Francis 1745-1816. British-born American religious leader and first American Methodist Episcopal cleric to become a bishop (1784).
“ASBURY - No. 5 Gaston rolled past No. 10 Asbury 57-29 Friday in a battle of Class 1A top-10 teams.”
“Presumably, the Waves will show signs of improvement, or Pepperdine officials might start wondering whether Asbury is the man to get the job done, even though he was highly successful as the Waves 'coach the first time around.”
“We are looking forward to the article in Asbury Park Press.”
“At one point, Tony was "fired" in Asbury Park but had to be rehired because of a "technicality" on the part of the Board of Education in Asbury Park.”
“Born in Asbury Park, William "Bud" Abbott dropped out of school as a teen to work in carnivals and burlesque, and quickly crafted a reputation as a talented straight man who more than held his own with his vaudeville counterparts.”
“Saying you like Asbury is like saying you like the holidays.”
“When several weeks went by and the atlas had disappeared from her table, and she had given up vegetarianism for Swedish movements, we felt that we were to have a quiet summer after all, and Aggie wrote to a hotel in Asbury Park about rooms for July and August.”
“I actually saw them perform at this dive bar in Asbury Park, NJ in the summer of 1999 (see ...”
“Just a reminder: I’ll be speaking and signing books at the New Jersey Zombie Walk in Asbury Park this Saturday, October 3rd.”
“But he went to William Miller, who at this time had also left Zion Church and was at the head of a church called Asbury, which he had formed from certain dissatisfied members from Zion Church.”
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