American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northwest-central North Dakota north-northwest of Bismarck. It is a commercial and distribution center in an agricultural area. Population: 34,700.
- Minot, George Richards 1885-1950. American physician. He shared a 1934 Nobel Prize for discovering that a diet of liver relieves anemia.
“MINOT AIR FORCE BASE - For 28 years, Dizzy the Clown, Ken Gillespie of Minot, has entertained children at the Sunday brunch in the Jimmy Doolittle Center at Minot Air Force Base.”
“After receiving an associate degree from Frederick Community College, the 20-year-old now attends school in Minot, N.D. The proud father is looking forward to having her return home for Christmas.”
“Kellen meets Matt at Applebee's in Minot, Matt interviews Kellen while subtly glancing at his watch to make sure he is not missing he tee time.”
“Born Derek Allen Abney on 12/19/80 in Minot, North Dakota ...”
“If Walter Minot is looking for the stained blue dress, he won't find it: hard evidence of incest in the eighteenth century is difficult to come by.”
“Susan Minot's sister Eliza has published a book based on the same family events depicted in Minot's own debut novel.”
“Imagine that a $20 billion bank merger is about to be consummated, but the parties pause to spend weeks bickering about the fate of the branch in Minot, N.D. That is essentially what has happened to the Federal Communications Commission’s auction of the 700-megahertz wireless spectrum.”
“Minot, which is about 100 miles north of Bismarck, has a population of about 36,000 and is home to the Minot Air Force Base, which has about 4,800 active-duty military personnel.”
“Having an upscale facility will encourage more travelers to stop in Minot, which is ideally situated on the global flight circle, Pietsch said.”
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