American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Fillmore, Millard 1800-1874. The 13th President of the United States (1850-1853), who succeeded to office after the death of Zachary Taylor. He struggled to keep the nation unified but lost the support of his Whig Party by attempting to enforce the Fugitive Slave Act in the North.
- n. elected vice president and became the 13th President of the United States when Zachary Taylor died in office (1800-1874)
“FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS ($19.98; Rhino) -- This is not the complete theatrical film Fillmore, but is drawn from the same shows and includes some of the name acts.”
“Standout pizzas include the Fillmore, which is topped with wild hen mushrooms and leeks, and the Castro, which comes with soppresata a kind of salami and house-made sausage.”
“Ground is expected to be broken later in the year on what will be known as Fillmore Silver Spring.”
“Ground is expected to be broken this year on what will be known as Fillmore Silver Spring.”
“Encouragingly, two of the clear standout numbers on Live At The Fillmore are a couple of songs that can also be heard on Chris's latest studio album, the excellent Mr. Lucky.”
“As living in the city gained popularity, the centrally located but dirt poor black ghetto that was known as the Fillmore/Western Addition became a popular place for white gentrification.”
“In the 70's I lived in the Western Addition, commonly called the Fillmore district of San Francisco.”
“For years, the Fillmore was the center of the San Francisco jazz scene, and Bop City on Post Street the premier jazz club.”
“With the help of a fisherman called Fillmore, he killed Phillips and ten other pirates and brought the ship into Boston”
“Sibyl had hailed her plan as even more exciting than the study of economics with an exceedingly good-looking young professor (who had been tutoring in Burlingame), and she had already dispatched a note to him whom Aileen disreputably called her Fillmore Street mash.”
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