American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western Minnesota on the Red River opposite Fargo, North Dakota. Founded in 1871, it is a trade center in an agricultural region. Population: 34,700.
- n. A surname.
“MOORHEAD - The city of Moorhead is delivering filled sandbags to vulnerable properties along the river.”
“Earlier this year, Concordia College in Moorhead, MN forbade the formation of a secular student group, claiming that the group's mission was in direct opposition with the school's identity as an institution affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).”
“Held at Mississippi Delta Community College in Moorhead, that first Freedom School was such a success that the parents and grandparents on our board of directors demanded that it be expanded for summer 2000.”
“My first visit to the Traaseth House in Moorhead -”
“I never felt that way about my undergrad institution (Concordia College in Moorhead, MN).”
“Added to that was the chance to encourage lively discussion between such a feisty and dynamic group: Michael Braungart (Author of the challenging book on designing for sustainability, Cradle to Cradle), Peter Whybrow (whose book on American consumer malaise fascinates) Patricia Michelson from La Fromagerie, Tyler Moorhead from the Ecologist Magazine and George Nicholson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Borough Market.”
“We have heard that perhaps as many as one-third of the people in Moorhead, which is just across the river from Fargo, have evacuated, not really because they're -- there's any immediate concern of imminent danger.”
“The same cannot be said for Moorhead, which is 1-3, dropping its second straight game.”
“The map Web site Maplandia. com has listings for "Moorhead" in Sunflower County, Miss.”
“Fargo and Moorhead already have built up areas and bought out homes near the river over the past decade to keep most of the area protected to at least 40 feet.”
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