American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Endicott, John See John Endecott.
- n. born in England; in 1629 he became the founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1588-1665)
“Jim would visit IBM in Endicott, NY to support development of transaction processing on small and mid-sized mainframes.”
“And yes, Endicott is a precious resource as well, I didn't mean to demean it when I said SurLaLune was the best.”
“In a minor-league deal earlier Friday, the Stars acquired C Shane Endicott from the Ducks for future considerations.”
“Open in Endicott that week and then tied for 11th in the Greater Hartford Open the following week.”
“Without a word Endicott crawled to the side of the sleeping girl and gently drew the blanket from her face.”
“Oh, and a reprint online of "Journeybread Recipe" in Endicott Studio's THE JOURNAL OF MYTHIC ARTS.”
“It didn't take a funeral, "he said from his home in Endicott, N.Y." It just took a Super Bowl. ”
“And with his keen sword Endicott assaulted the hallowed Maypole.”
“In turn, the series took a more realistic tone to the stories such as Endicott having to make do with only his mask after he was forced to destroy the rest of his costume to escape police custody.”
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