American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of north-central Utah south-southeast of Salt Lake City. It was settled by Mormons in 1849 and is the seat of Brigham Young University (established 1875). Population: 114,000.
- n. One of the members of an extremist faction of the Irish Republican Army.
- n. in the plural, with the The Provisional IRA.
- n. A member of the Provisional IRA.
- n. A Dutch counterculture movement of the 1960s.
- n. A city in Utah.
- n. A city in South Dakota.
- n. a city in north central Utah settled by Mormons
- From French provocateur. (Wiktionary)
- Shortening and alteration of Provisional (Wing), name of the faction. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“PROVO - Officials suspect that 10 grass fires - five in Ogden and five in Provo - that started within 45 minutes of each other Tuesday were intentionally set.”
“PROVO -- The sound of gunfire disrupted a quiet lunch at a popular restaurant in Provo.”
“PROVO -- In an age of DNA and other high-tech crime solving technology, Provo police found some simple fingerprints helped them to crack the case of several unsolved car burglaries.”
“PROVO -- A suspected gang member is behind bars again after his alleged involvement in a weekend gang fight in Provo.”
“The most known name in Provo is Eathyn Manumaleuna.”
“A supervisor at a motivational coaching business in Provo is accused of waterboarding an employee in front of his sales team to demonstrate that they should work as hard on sales as the employee had worked to breathe.”
“Humor U produces more than 40 shows a year for more than 12,000 people who live in Provo, Utah and hundreds of thousands on YouTube.”
“Project Read, based in Provo, Utah, has been chosen by Reading Horizons as its featured site for donations.”
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