American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of the United States rising in the Rocky Mountains as various headstreams that join to form the Missouri proper in southwest Montana. The longest river in the United States, it flows about 4,127 km (2,565 mi) in a meandering course to the Mississippi River north of St. Louis, Missouri. French explorers first reached the river in the late 17th century, and Lewis and Clark followed it on their journey westward (1804-1806).
“Accomplishments: After an eight-year chronic illness caused her to miss high school, Holverson helped found a writing club and led a book drive for low-income, developmentally disabled children; Model United Nations head delegate; student senator; Triton Scholar; Lincoln Academy Student Laureate.”
“That 1-0 pitching duel between Holverson and NMSU's Carissa Thies continued until the sixth, when the Pack broke things wide open.”
“On Friday, the two pitchers battled to the end with Holverson tossing a no-hitter in a 1-0 win.”
“But Holverson was better, allowing no hits and walking just two.”
“Holverson went 28-11 overall last season with a 1.70 ERA.”
“Holverson is one of just 50 players in the country to make the prestigious Watch List.”
“Holverson, who re-entered during the Broncos 'rally in the fifth, won her third straight decision and improved to 10-6.”
“This is just the third time in school history that a Nevada pitcher has won 20 games in a season and Holverson is two wins away from tying the school's single-season record.”
“Holverson won her 20th game of the season as she improved to 20-7 on the year and 9-1 in WAC play.”
“Utah State's lone run came in the seventh and was unearned off Holverson.”
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