American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Minnesota, a residential suburb of Minneapolis. Population: 45,300.
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“I heard a rumor that some of our friends who live in Edina tell people that they live in West Richfield because Edina is a bit ...”
“Nate Wenner, a financial adviser in Edina, Minn., says some of his clients are doctors who are in precisely this situation.”
“Short, who was home in Edina, Minn., listening to Mr. Menchine's broadcast by a telephone hook-up, repeatedly called the radio station pleading with the managers to calm the announcer.”
“Tax planning isn't a one-year thing," says Andrea Eaton, a financial planner at Cornerstone Wealth Advisors Inc. in Edina, Minn.”
“Today I'm in Edina, a place I often avoid out of principle.”
“We got her haircut in Edina, drove to Roseville for lunch at our guilty pleasure: Red Lobster.”
“As soon as I hang up with Doug, I call Edina Engineering and ask for Henry Steinbach.”
“But the one to be held in Edina, MN on June 2 sends chills down my spine.”
“That's why research by Jonathan Guyton, a financial planner in Edina, Minn., is generating discussion.”
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