American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Landis, Kenesaw Mountain 1866-1944. American jurist and baseball commissioner (1921-1944) remembered for curbing corruption in professional baseball.
“Goodell, channeling his inner Kenesaw Mountain Landis, is saying that integrity actually matters and personal conduct counts in pro sports in this country, whether you are arrested or not.”
“Floyd Landis is a serious embarrassment to the Mennonite community in which he was raised.”
“I wish that I could think that Landis is Canseco-in-cycling but the fact is, Floyd has gone back and forth so much that I am not sure why anyone would believe anything hesays”
“Landis is a movie-maker, through and through, and although he has seen his share of personal and career lows, it is also abundantly clear that he is a survivor.”
“Landis is racing at the Tour of Southland in New Zealand, where he is in fourth place following three stages.”
“ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) Lance Armstrong forgot about his own comeback after a hot ride through the Adelaide Hills on Friday, instead turning his attention to the return of Floyd Landis from a doping suspension.”
“The reputation of the national pastime was so scarred by what was dubbed the "Black Sox Scandal" that the owners named Federal Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis to be the first Commissioner of Baseball.”
“Landis is apparently fine with the idea even though he might not be a fan of the technology.”
“After a 10-day hearing in May, Landis is awaiting the decision of the arbitration panel, which must decide whether to uphold the positive doping test.”
“Armstrong: Landis is innocent of doping - USATODAY. com”
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