American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Texas on the Rio Grande west-northwest of Brownsville. It is a processing and shipping center for a citrus-growing region. Population: 126,000.
- n. a town in southern Texas on the Rio Grande
“McALLEN - A 29-year-old victim is in critical condition after sustaining multiple gun shot wounds in a McAllen nigh club early Friday morning, police said.”
“McALLEN - McAllen city leaders and owners of the Bert Ogden family of auto dealerships hope”
“McALLEN - An attorney accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from a client's investment account has turned himself in to authorities, McAllen police said Tuesday.”
“McALLEN - McAllen police finally have some relief from demand created by the city's bustling entertainment district.”
“McALLEN - Police found remains that may belong to a McAllen woman who went missing from a Manhattan nightclub more than a year ago. news media, and images of the raven-haired beauty have been splayed across websites since she went missing on Dec. 3, 2008.”
“McALLEN - The Republican challenger for Texas' 41st House district talked taxes and education Thursday in McAllen, pledging to oppose a state income tax and to reduce school bureaucracy.”
“McALLEN - Zoran B. Yankovich gives credit for the construction of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's new McAllen home to an unlikely source.”
“McALLEN - McAllen police are searching for a woman who did not return home from a trip to the grocery store early Thursday afternoon.”
“McALLEN A McAllen judge late Monday dismissed charges against state Sen. Juan Chuy Hinojosa shortly after his arrest for trying to carry a 9 mm handgun onto an airplane.”
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