American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- McRae, Carmen 1920-1994. American jazz singer, songwriter, and pianist who rose to fame in Harlem during the 1940s. Her low-key performing style is distinguished by its wit and rigor.
“If the name McRae sounds familiar, its because Alister's brother was the late, great rally driver Colin McRae .”
“Elsewhere, McRae is a fine defender on the wing and Golden is a steady combo guard.”
“Police said Damon Antonio Sams, 22, of Southeast Washington was arrested and charged with second-degree murder while armed in McRae's death.”
“Ohio: With TB Kalvin McRae gone, needs an offensive identity.”
“Ohio tailback Kalvin McRae capped a difficult week with a 10-carry, 37-yard performance.”
“Kalvin McRae rushed for 109 yards on 21 carries, including a 54-yard touchdown run, for Ohio.”
“Kalvin McRae led Ohio with 74 yards rushing and a touchdown.”
“ATHENS, Ohio (AP) - Running back Kalvin McRae ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns, and Josh Abrams blocked three punts to lead Ohio past Gardner-Webb 36-14 on Saturday.”
“ATHENS, Ohio (AP) - Kalvin McRae rushed for 151 yards on 28 carries and scored a touchdown to lead Ohio to a 23-7 win over Temple on Friday night.”
“(AP) - Kalvin McRae powered an Ohio ground attack that rolled up 278 yards, leading the Bobcats to a 16-10 win over Eastern Michigan on Saturday.”
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