American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Oklahoma north of Tulsa. It is a trade center in a ranching and oil-producing region. Population: 34,900.
- n. a town in northeastern Oklahoma
“Bartlesville is also home to many Bruce Goff buildings — have a look at our tour of his architecture.”
“I stopped at a Taco Bell in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, to refuel and arrived at the hotel about an hour ago.”
“My father married a woman who lives in Bartlesville, OK, and he moved there a few years back (from California) to join her.”
“Schiele, who was subsequently buried in Bartlesville, Okla.”
“The Price Tower Arts Center will be hosting an evening gala benefit at Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower in Bartlesville, OK.”
“In 1952, an Oklahoma businessman named Harold Price met with the 85-year-old architect Frank Lloyd Wright to ask him to design a headquarters for his pipeline company in Bartlesville.”
“I have had one Murphy's Hot Hamburger in my life as I was recruiting for a Christian camp in Bartlesville (recruiting in Bartlesville, that is) and our trip leader, from there, insisted that we go and he ordered for us.”
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