American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Foster, Stephen Collins 1826-1864. American songwriter whose popular works, such as "Oh! Susannah” (1848) and "Old Folks at Home” (1851), reflect the sentiment of pre-Civil War America.
“RICHARD FOSTER: Foster was the government’s top expert on Medicare costs.”
“F Kevin Foster, who showed flashes of becoming a good player, decided at the end of the season to leave the team and transfer closer to home.”
“-- F Kevin Foster was not available for the final game after deciding to transfer.”
“And while all of those packages have been in Foster's repertoire in the past, he said he's adapted them this year based off an offseason visit with New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.”
“Jeff Foster is also starting for the Pacers, and will drag down plenty of rebounds.”
“Ben Foster is one of my favorite character actors and he does a solid job as a believable hero and Quaid does well too.”
“Foster is a sophomore who converted from defensive end while Spence, a redshirt freshman, is a 6-foot-1, 305-pound fireplug that's almost immovable.”
“A Nice Morning Drive by Richard S. Foster is not a "vague book," whatever that means.”
“THE GOOD NEWS: Kevin Foster should be healthy for the start of next season, and he could be one of the conference's top scorers.”
“-- G Kevin Foster's foot should be healed well before the start of next season, giving him time to get back in shape and regain his basketball skills.”
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