American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Holliday, Judith Tuvim Known as "Judy.” 1922-1965. American comedian best remembered for her performance in the play (1946-1950) and film (1950) Born Yesterday.
“One reason the Texans weren't afraid to use a sixth-round pick on return specialist Trindon Holliday is because his size didn't scare them.”
“Holliday is a career .318 hitter with more than 100 RBI in three of the last four seasons.”
“When Mozeliak obtained Holliday from the Athletics to fill a void in the middle of the lineup, the Cardinals were 52-46 and led the Central by 1½ games.”
“Holliday is among several hitters, especially Cardinals such as infielders Skip Schumaker and Brendan Ryan, who have worked with McGwire in previous offseasons.”
“Susan Holliday is currently an Extension Educator for Ohio State University, which sponsors a program designed to educate laid off workers about resources available to them.”
“ALL-STAR PRELIMINARIESDialing long distance: Guerrero outmuscles Rios in finals to win Home Run Derby | Rockies 'Holliday is final additionBlog: Round-by-round recap of this year's DerbyNot World beaters: U.S. team loses to international squad in All-Star Futures game”
“Holliday is a premium player – one of the best hitters in the game.”
“Holliday is a patient hitter and has a good eye at the plate.”
“Matt Holliday: The Rockies score a lot of runs and Holliday is the main reason why.”
“Well, Coors Field helps some, but Holliday is what makes the offense click.”
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