American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Tennessee on the Tennessee River northeast of Chattanooga. Settled c. 1785, it twice served as the state capital (1796-1812 and 1817-1819). Population: 182,000.
- n. a city in eastern Tennessee on the Tennessee River
“KNOXVILLE - The University of Tennessee at Knoxville says all students and faculty on a school trip to Chile are fine and accounted for after an 8. 8-magnitude earthquake.”
“KNOXVILLE - Former George W. Bush senior adviser Karl Rove drew dozens of fans today afternoon as he stopped at the Books-A-Million in W.st Knoxville to sign copies of his new book, "Courage and Consequence.”
“Madeline Pace/special to knoxville. com Knoxville rock band Kamuy includes, from left, Rory McMillan, Brandt Womack, Tony Johnson and Sonya Easterday.”
“KNOXVILLE - The attorney for a former University of Tennessee student charged with hacking Sarah Palin's e-mail says the defendant will not testify in his federal trial in Knoxville.”
“KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - The attorney charged with hacking Sarah Palin's e-mail says the defendant will not testify in his federal trial in Knoxville.”
“KNOXVILLE - Heavy rain is continuing to fall across Knoxville and East”
“KNOXVILLE - A new Mason-Dixon poll shows Republican gubernatorial candidate and Knoxville”
“KNOXVILLE (WATE) - A burnt, shot Quran found near a Knoxville mosque Sunday afternoon is under investigation by police and the FBI.”
“KNOXVILLE (WVLT) -- The father of former Tennessee running back Bryce Brown is planning to sue Derek Dooley and the University of Tennessee, he said Tuesday on a Knoxville radio show.”
“KNOXVILLE - An official with a Knoxville mosque - where a shot and burned Quran was found - said this morning he views the incident as isolated and not indicative of how the community feels.”
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