from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hershey, Alfred Day 1908-1997. American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.
- Hershey, Milton Snavely 1857-1945. American industrialist and philanthropist who founded the Hershey Chocolate Company (1903) and established the town of Hershey (1909) near Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an industrial town to the east of Harrisburg
- n. United States confectioner and philanthropist who created the model industrial town of Hershey, Pennsylvania; founded an industrial school for orphan boys (1857-1945)
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HERSHEY - Scrapbookers will gather at Maggie DaMounde's Scrapbooking Store in Hershey on Feb. 13 to enjoy their hobby and raise money to help pay medical expenses for a young boy battling OM ataxia syndrome, an illness that attacks the immune system.
Then we went to the Bruce Springsteen concert in Hershey with J.F. Gonzalez, his wife, and 30,000 other Springsteen fans.
George McPhee and some angry Bears fans were on hand in Hershey to watch a 6-2 loss at the hands of the Baby Pens.
Mathieu Perreault on starting the year in Hershey: "If you're going to be in the 'A' somewhere, you certainly want to be here," he said.
He's played every playoff game in Hershey the last couple years but I want to see if he can do it in case he has to, said Boudreau, who added that he's not concerned about wearing the young goaltender out this early in the season.
He'll have the chance to join Hershey once the Broncos 'season concludes.
Junior Paul Hershey is slotted to be the punter for the first time in his collegiate career, and Ohio has no proven kick returner on the roster.
He even asked general manager George McPhee if he would still have a job in Hershey if it didn't work out in Washington.
"We have to play our younger players [in Hershey], we're looking for the next generation of players and he's past that."
Similarly, a plain Hershey Bar has about 66 calories, half of them from fat (including 10 mg of cholesterol).
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