American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Washington, a residential and industrial suburb of Seattle east of Lake Washington. Population: 48,700.
- Redmond, John Edward 1856-1918. Irish nationalist politician who succeeded Charles Parnell as the principal advocate of Irish home rule. His support for Britain during World War I and his opposition to Sinn Fein undermined his influence.
- n. A surname.
“REDMOND -- For a second consecutive week, a heated KingCo 4A game was suspended, this time when a brawl erupted, which ended the matchup between No. 4 Garfield and Redmond on Friday night.”
“Most of the Education Hill neighborhood in Redmond is still out as of earlier this evening, and based on the damage they could be a while in getting back up.”
“Lea Redmond is the driving force behind it, and runs it like the tiny business it is.”
“Core Security Technologies, is nipping at Microsoft's heels about what it calls Redmond's”
“Notably, the article also revealed that "for months" human rights organizations had been pressing Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, Washington to tighten oversight of its legal affairs in Russia.”
“After arriving in Redmond the group attended a dinner at the Redmond VFW.”
“Acer apparently caught some heat from the boys in Redmond and have clarified that Android netbooks would actually ship with a dual-boot environment with Windows.”
“Last month, a few hundred Microsoft employees held a mock funeral for Apple's iPhone at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, Wash.”
“But I know that Windows is the OS that is responsible for at least 85% of the OS systems on computers today and is created by Microsoft in Redmond, WA - that is who is they were referring to.”
“And in Redmond, the super-upscale Gold Class Cinemas opened last year with $32 movie tickets and is alternately rendering Yelpers impressed and aghast.”
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