American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Pershing, John Joseph Known as "Black Jack.” 1860-1948. American general who commanded the American Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War I and served as army chief of staff (1921-1924).
- n. United States general who commanded the American forces in Europe during World War I (1860-1948)
“Taxpayers already have paid out more than $10 million to settle lawsuits related to a series of 2002 World Bank and IMF protests in Pershing Park but hearings this month in the matter could result in a criminal probe of police conduct.”
“Former MPD Chief Charles Ramsey testifies in Pershing Park evidence probe; says nothing surprising (WTTG-TV)”
“Pershing is also a major investor in one of Penney's biggest landlords, General Growth Properties Inc., which owns 131 malls where Penney has stores, according to reaearch firm Green Street Advisors.”
“Pershing is a major investor in one of Penney's biggest landlords, General Growth Properties, which owns 131 malls where Penney has stores.”
“He participated in Pershing's Mexican Expedition in 1916 and became a sergeant.”
“Pershing is only about 18 inches in diameter at the base.”
“The fund in question, called Pershing Square IV, primarily uses stock options to wager that Target's share price will rise.”
“On a "New York Post" story, "The Post" reporting that a big hedge fund called Pershing Square Capital is interested in buying up a bunch of shares, basically so they can control, or influence, at least, the direction of the company.”
“It's called Pershing's Own, founded in 1922 by the army chief of staff, then general John Blackjack Pershing.”
“There, conscious the draft would get him eventually anyway, he joined the ROTC program and a fraternity called the Pershing Rifles.”
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