American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western Montana west-northwest of Helena. It is a processing and trade center in a farming and lumbering region and the seat of the University of Montana (founded 1893). Population: 64,100.
- n. a university town in western Montana
“MISSOULA - A coroner's jury determined that Missoula police were justified when they shot and killed a homeless man who fired a gun at them.”
“MISSOULA - A 28-year-old Missoula man who police say fatally stabbed another man has been charged with murder.”
“MISSOULA - Missoula has lost out on its bid to host the 2010 NCAA Football Championship Subdivision title game.”
“MISSOULA - Volunteers helped the Ten Spoon Winery near Missoula harvest 13 tons of grapes ahead of the weekend snowstorm.”
“MISSOULA - A man is dead after crashing his motorcycle into a guardrail on U.S. Highway 93 between Lolo and Missoula.”
“But KUFM outta Missoula is a pathetic joke headed by a pathetic woman named sally mockery.”
“My Dad was raised in Missoula, blocks from the University.”
“Animal rights activists and hunters square off in Missoula's Federal Court.”
“So hopefully my guide and my Son and a good friend in Missoula, Mt, Plan on trying this camp out hunt in 2010.”
“He's the third consecutive chief to be picked from the region, which is based in Missoula ....”
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