American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Greene, (Henry) Graham 1904-1991. British writer particularly known for his novels, such as The Power and the Glory (1940), which reflect his ardent Catholic beliefs.
- Greene, Nathanael 1742-1786. American Revolutionary general whose strategies significantly weakened British strength in the South.
- n. English novelist and Catholic (1904-1991)
“GREENE - No one was injured in a New Year's Eve airplane crash about 3 miles west of Greene.”
“GREENE -- Tournament MVP Dan Holland and teammate Zack LeViere scored 12 points apiece for Dryden, which defended Greene into 26 turnovers in a 61-39 victory for the Greene Holiday Tournament championship.”
“He has embraced parodies of himself, posting a San Francisco man's "Alvin Greene is on the Scene" rap on his website ( "He knows how you feel because he's unemployed too.").”
“I know Kevin Greene is excited about working with him and the individual time that they've spent up until this point," McCarthy says.”
“And the land that was zoned in Greene is now going to Best Western.”
“ABCNews. com and other media outlets are reporting that Ashley Greene is currently considering a role in Scream 4″ alongside Hayden Panettiere and Rory Culkin.”
“KStew and RPattz took home no prizes, but Nikki Reed was named Superstar in the Making, while Ashley Greene is the Young Hollywood Style Icon.”
“Ashley Greene is featured in the latest issue of Elle magazine and talks about playing Alice Cullen, fashion, and how “Twilight” has changed the lives herself and her co-stars.”
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