American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Radisson, Pierre Esprit 1636?-1710? French explorer whose expedition to Hudson Bay and reports of economic opportunity there led to the chartering of the Hudson Bay Company (1670).
“French-Canadian matters, slips up on Radisson, because his writings preceded the publication of the _Radisson Relations_.”
“Thursday, April 02, 2009 at 5: 52 p.m. RADISSON -- Less than two weeks before Easter, a family in Radisson known for its holiday decorations had the centerpiece of its Easter display stolen.”
“The case of Radisson is typical of the colourful and seemingly contradictory factors which make up the Old Romance in Canada.”
“I mind she called Radisson her "dear, sweet savage," and bade him have a care not to squeeze the stones of her rings into the flesh of her fingers.”
“I called Radisson to check on my reservation, which was in a foreign country (to save calling the hotel directly with International rates).”
“CHERNOFF: Evacuees who have called the Radisson home say the hotel has been more than accommodating.”
“GILLESPIE: We went down to the Radisson, which is actually about a quarter mile away from the Hyatt on the same road.”
“The Radisson was the target of a planned terror attack by an al Qaeda cell.”
“The Radisson was the location where the wedding party was going on.”
“Keep far enough apart so that one of you will escape back with the news," called Radisson, as we plunged into the woods.”
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