American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Glenn, John Herschel, Jr. Born 1921. American astronaut and politician. On February 20, 1962, aboard Friendship 7, he became the first American to orbit the earth. He served as U.S. senator from Ohio for four consecutive terms (1974-1998). In 1998 he became the oldest person to participate in a space flight mission as a crew member of the space shuttle Discovery.
- n. A surname, variant of Glen.
- n. A male given name, fairly popular in the middle of the 20th century.
- n. made the first orbital rocket-powered flight by a United States astronaut in 1962; later in United States Senate (1921-)
“STU BURGUIERE, "GLENN BECK" CORRESPONDENT: It ` s all about aggressiveness, Glenn.”
“GLENN: Somebody on the staff said, I just want to get this clear, Glenn.”
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“Posted February 24, 2009 at 4: 12 pm | then … mike hudson, byron brown, glenn gramigna, syaed and joe illuzzi (!) are idiots nope; it's clear that Mike, Byron, Glenn, Sayaed and Joe's idiocy preceded this incident by years, if not decades.”
“STU BURGUIERE, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, GLENN BECK RADIO SHOW: Yes, Glenn.”
“STU BURGUIERE, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER GLENN BECK RADIO PROGRAM: Hey, Glenn.”
“STU BURGUIERE, "GLENN BECK" CORRESPONDENT: Hey, Glenn.”
“STU BURGUIERE, GLENN BECK CORRESPONDENT: Glenn, I ` m great.”
“Only seven journalists remain to watch proceedings, according to never heard the name Glenn Mulcaire until 2006.”
“BLOCK: Charles Ferguson, tell me about that moment in Glenn Hubbard's office.”
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