American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Helix; spiral: helicoid.
- Greek heliko-, from helix, helik-, spiral; see helix. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Air Force 46th Test Wing, was outfitted with flight demonstration hardware at Crestview Aerospace Corp. in Crestview, Fla.”
“I just uploaded my pictures of your book on display at the Border’s in Crestview Hills, Kentucky (outside of Cincinnati, Ohio).”
“They wanted to go north so that they could avoid the damage that could be caused by the surf and the winds, so they ended up in this place called Crestview hoping to ride out the storm.”
“We came to this area called Crestview, because we heard that there was an Econolodge here that the roof had been blown off of, had literally just scraped off the top.”
“But that's definitely not the case at this hotel in Crestview, which is northeast of Pensacola.”
“In case any of you people who stick to only to Star and Us Magazine care: In addition to his previous duties at the Whitney and his current and no doubt lucrative gig as a partner at some private equity place called Crestview”
“Anyone wishing to become a member can call Crestview at 776-4778 for more information.”
“He attributed much of the increase in price for Mr. Resnick's home at 137 Crestview Lane, on a major renovation that took so long that the sellers outgrew the space.”
“Dakota Woodward, 16, of Crestview, Fla., says he knew of efforts against distracted driving but kept accessing the Internet while driving until last December, when he was in a near-crash while updating his Facebook status on his iPhone.”
“Cumulus obtained up to $500 million in cash to finance the deal from Crestview Partners and Macquarie Capital, along with up to $3.025 billion in debt financing.”
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