American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Music The tone represented by a note on the first ledger line below a treble clef or the first ledger line above a bass clef. It is the first C below international pitch.
“Jean-Luc Naret, director of the guides, called the Meadowood a beautiful restaurant and said its 33-year-old chef, Christopher Kostow, has "created his own style of cooking" which he called "fresh produce cooked to perfection by a great chef.”
“BLOOMINGTON - Since September, retired schoolteacher Mary Chandler has called Meadowood”
“There are also retirement communities, such as Meadowood, with garden homes and apartments for a monthly service fee that includes 250 activities monthly and bus rides to university football games.”
“After four years as the sole three star restaurant in the area, The French Laundry is joined by The Restaurant at Meadowood in its tier.”
“After four years as the sole three star restaurant in the area, The French Laundry is joined by The Restaurant at Meadowood in its tier ....”
“Gene Ivester/Alan's Studio on Main The Tuscan-style property is located on the grounds of the Meadowood resort in St. Helena.”
“The Tuscan-style property is on the grounds of the Meadowood resort in St. Helena.”
“This architect to wine country stars Harlan, Bond, Meadowood says he didn't want to build a replica of a French or Italian winery.”
“He received two Michelin stars while at the Restaurant at Meadowood in Napa Valley in 2007 and one star at Marin County's Murray Circle in 2008, 2009 and 2010.”
“For Kim, the new position was both daunting—she quickly had to learn to break down a pig, for example—and exciting, not least because Meadowood would earn its third Michelin star in October 2010.”
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