American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Illinois southwest of Chicago. It is an industrial center and a river port. Population: 143,000.
- n. French explorer (with Jacques Marquette) of the upper Mississippi River valley (1645-1700)
“Just as I suspected no coverage of the Tea Party Express in Joliet yesterday.”
“No he still lives in Joliet he just had a swimming pool put in his back yard and I hear that he has maintenance people come and work for him at home on the districts dime.”
“Currently, fingerprints are sent to the state's crime lab in Joliet and can take anywhere from a few months to a couple years for processing, depending on the type of case.”
“See you at the TEA party in Joliet monday if its not too much WORK for you to get there.”
“Of course, many who start out driving only on the weekends find it difficult to temper their enthusiasm, says Steven Wagner, a founding partner of Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Ill. If you liked this story, read:”
“Marshals to seize "various animal food products" stored at a PETCO distribution center in Joliet, Illinois yesterday, because the storage conditions had been deemed unsanitary twice in a row:”
“If he is indeed this corrupt and stupid, he belongs in Joliet Prison.”
“Born: Sept. 21, 1972, in Joliet, Ill. His dad, Ed, played nine seasons in the majors for St. Louis, San Diego and the Chicago White Sox, and retired from baseball the week Spiezio was born.”
“Joliet, which is projected to be the second largest city in Illinois eventually, is now forced to deal with a question that all communities, including Aurora and Elgin, must be prepared for ... what happens when a casino suddenly stops?”
“Anyone with information is asked to call the Joliet Police Department at 815 726-2491.”
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