American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Massey, (Charles) Vincent 1887-1967. Canadian politician who served as high commissioner for Canada in Great Britain (1935-1946) and as governor-general (1952-1959).
- n. A surname.
“Heather Massey is a blogger who travels the sea of stars searching for science fiction romance adventures aboard The Galaxy Express.”
“Massey is right on track - unfortunately, the venomous blood and soil right wingers bring little of the empirical astuteness of Massey to this debate.”
“Massey is looking into the lawsuit, spokesman Jeff Gillenwater said.”
“Massey is contesting 353 violations, and 127 are delinquent.”
“Massey is now contesting $1,128,833 in fines for safety violations at the deadly Upper Big Branch-South Mine, with a further $246,320 in delinquent fines:”
“Massey is contesting over a third (34.7%) of the 516 safety citations the Upper Big Branch-South Mine received in 2009, its greatest count in the last 15 years.”
“Massey is the kind of operation that tries to always devolve blame for errors or screw-ups to the lowest possible level; management is by definition ‘not responsible’ in their shops.”
“Massey is professor of mathematics at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn.”
“Massey is a clear-eyed presence and he's surrounded by a very able cast.”
“BLOOD TIES *** out of **** -- Ned Massey is the guy in the bar who collars you with what sounds like a tall tale: he was the last guy discovered by legendary talent scout John Hammond, who also signed Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Aretha Franklin .... you get the idea.”
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