American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lagerlöf, Selma Ottiliana Lovisa 1858-1940. Swedish writer whose novels include Gösta Berlings Saga (1891). In 1909 she became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for literature.
“He was invited to the combine along with wide receivers Chastin West (30 catches, 472 yards, two touchdowns as a senior) and Seyi Ajirotutu, who enjoyed a breakout senior season with 49 catches for 677 yards and seven touchdowns -- all team-highs.”
“Brandstater was 21-of-30 for 236 yards, including touchdowns of 28 yards to Chastin West, 22 to Mathews, and 4 to Bear Pascoe, the final two as the Bulldogs opened a 36-22 lead in the third quarter.”
“(AP) - Chastin West's punt return for a touchdown gave Fresno State just the spark it needed to boost its bowl chances.”
“Chastin West caught a TD pass for the Bulldogs, but the emotional fire that drove Hill's best teams still hasn't emerged in his latest bunch.”
“Fresno State tied the score in the third quarter on a 60-yard pass from Tom Brandstater to Chastin West.”
“He also missed time with a hamstring injury in early in camp and was well down the depth chart as well, behind the team's top five wideouts as well as youngsters Chastin West and Tori Gurley.”
“He was sacked five times and got most of his yards on an irrelevant final drive, which resulted in Jacksonville's only offensive touchdown: a 16-yard pass to Chastin West with 59 seconds remaining.”
“I don't know that I've seen a worse three-man group leading a team's receiving corps: Jarrett Dillard, Chastin West and Taylor Price.”
“He was sacked five times and got most of his yards on a meaningless final drive, which resulted in the only offensive touchdown of the night: a 16-yard pass to Chastin West with 59 seconds remaining.”
“I actually approached Chastin and told her if she can throw a standing back tuck on a hard floor, I had a scholarship for her, and she did it," Ashley said.”
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