American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Goodyear, Charles 1800-1860. American inventor and manufacturer who developed vulcanized rubber (1839).
“The article notes that Goodyear is a chiropractor, possibly the least scientific of scientific-aspiring professions. trackback”
“Indians first baseman Russell Branyan takes throws at first during baseball spring training Sunday in Goodyear, Ariz.”
“When I walked into Checker auto in Goodyear AZ, a cop pulled in after another truck.”
“This is why you often see the name Goodyear on the bottom of rubbers.”
“My dad lives out in Goodyear, and he hasn’t said a word about whats going on over there so I’m curious.”
“For the 2006 races at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, Goodyear is supplying a stiffer compound tire which will ensure less blow outs on the track.”
“WILLIS: Now, I want to make it perfectly clear to our viewers here that we actually called Goodyear for comment.”
“Andersen Racing's Anders Krohn posted the best results for Palmetto, Fla. -based Andersen Racing Saturday morning during qualifications for the St.r Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear, which is appearing at the St. Petersburg street course for the first time ever.”
“Today's Brewers game is against the Indians in Goodyear, which is very far west.”
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