American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lombardi, Vincent Thomas Known as "Vince.” 1913-1970. American football coach who led the Green Bay Packers to six conference titles and five league championships between 1961 and 1968.
“The play was seen under the title Lombardi/The Only Thing in fall 2007 at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, WI.”
“She can't help but notice the crowd at "Lombardi" is a little different from, say, the crowd at "Cats.”
“While "Lombardi" is meant to be the tale of a love between a man and a game, the show's more revealing relationship is between an interviewer and one of those subjects who fill out the fringes of a story.”
“Father Lombardi is right: the soon-to-be-saint's life cannot be reduced to a single event: the redoubtable Australian founded a religious order, taught children, worked with the poor and in her lifetime was renowned for her holiness.”
“Lombardi is so focused on the game of football that we rarely see his private side.”
“Lombardi has opened up his home to McCormick for the week, but gaining access and comfort within Lombardi's organization proves to be a real obstacle.”
“Once again, though, if I may say so, Fr. Lombardi is speaking confusion, saying things like "one may talk in terms of full communion.”
“Lombardi is trying to draw an atypical audience to the theater.”
“And clearly when Lombardi is focused on an upcoming game (which is always), he's not much fun to be around.”
“The new Broadway show, Lombardi, is being widely touted as a play that will get men excited about theater.”
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