American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Choate, Rufus 1799-1859. American politician who served as a U.S. representative (1831-1834) and senator (1841-1845) from Massachusetts. His son Joseph Hodges Choate (1832-1917) was ambassador to Great Britain (1899-1905).
“The Choate is easy to sand to your specific grip and easy to paint any camo color or style you like.”
“And until a few weeks ago, neither did he have an option, that mysterious entity that eventually can be the way out for a player in Choate's situation.”
“April 13: Choate is optioned when the Yankees recall”
“Aug. 11: Watson goes on the DL again, so Choate is recalled.”
“June 27: Orlando Hernandez comes off the DL; Choate is optioned.”
“Aug. 21: Hernandez comes off the DL and Choate is optioned.”
“Choate is the logical person to take Hitchcock's spot.”
“Randy Choate is the likely candidate to be sent down to make room but it could turn out to be a DL move for Ron Coomer, who was sent back to New York for an MRI on his stiff neck. ”
“But archivist Judy Donald at the school now known as Choate Rosemary Hall said they did not have any evidence until she found the quotation three years ago on the first page of one of his notebooks.”
“Brandon is a soccer player who will enter his sophomore year at Groton or Exeter or Andover or Choate in the fall.”
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