American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hayden, Robert 1913-1980. American poet whose works, such as Heart-Shape in the Dust (1940), often explore the history and experiences of African Americans.
- Old English place name heg ("hay") + denu ("valley"). (Wiktionary)
“COSTAS ON HAYDEN PANETTEIRE'S OUTFIT: "Al [Roker], what's up with the Uggs there for Hayden?”
“Cornerback Kelvin Hayden is coming into his own and was rewarded with a five-year contract extension.”
“MIAMI Kelvin Hayden is a little leery about what will happen the rest of the winter whenever he leaves his Chicago home.”
“Kelvin Hayden is a rising star who made the switch to cornerback after originally joining the Illini as a wide receiver.”
“But first Del Rio gambled trying to get closer and almost lost big -- Kelvin Hayden read David Garrard's pass, had the ball in his hands and nothing but green in front of him for the winning touchdown.”
“Cornerback Kelvin Hayden also missed seven games last season because of injuries.”
“At 77, Hayden is – maybe – related to Hayden Christensen's role as Anakin Skywalker in the second Star Wars trilogy.”
“The plaintiffs in Hayden claimed that New York systematically discriminates against people of color by incarcerating them at higher rates than white New Yorkers.”
“The majority in Hayden voted to toss several inmates out of court before they could be given a trial to determine whether New York engages in race discrimination.”
“Kelvin Hayden broke on it and had nothing but green grass in front of him, but Underwood made a nice play to swat it out of his hands at the last second.”
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