American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Eldridge, Roy David Known as "Little Jazz.” 1911-1989. American jazz musician who played trumpet with several swing bands in the 1940s and 1950s, including those of Artie Shaw and Benny Goodman.
“ELDRIDGE - A sewage sludge overflow occurred Monday evening at the Eldridge wastewater treatment plant after an alarm failed when transferring the semi-liquid between tanks.”
“On a March 2009 post about Democratic West Virginia state Rep. Jeff Eldridge, "Lance E. Schultz" responded, "Eldridge is a disgrace to all West Virginian's and should hang himself.”
“Kevin Eldridge, a speech-language pathologist in private practice, assists families by introducing practical strategies for talking with their children about stuttering and the evaluation.”
“Tony Eldridge is the author of action-adventure novel “The Samson Effect”, endorsed by Clive Cussler and optioned for a movie deal.”
“Eldridge is gonna hide some Easter eggs in our backyard.”
“Police say the woman told employees she found the alligator abandoned in Eldridge Park.”
“Outlook: First-team all-conference point guard Courtney Eldridge is a three-year starter.”
“Rock center on the B/D to Grand St. There are two vietnamese places withing a block, and Vanessa’s Dumpling House on Eldridge is super close and packed at lunch.”
“I don't recall Eldridge saying that all Christian men need to own a sword.”
“Property owners received this week a newly drawn map from the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corp. that does not include some neighborhood blocks originally intended to be part of the district, such as Eldridge and Forsyth streets in the Lower East Side and Broome Street and Broadway in SoHo.”
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