Definitions

from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Minnesota, a residential suburb of Minneapolis. Population: 33,300.

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Examples

  • Morrison, born in Richfield, Utah, said the inspiration for the Frisbee went back to a Thanksgiving Day picnic in 1937 when he and his girlfriend (and future wife), Lu Nay, began throwing the lid of a popcorn tin back and forth.

    Fred Morrisonā€™s wonderful invention, the Frisbee

  • I figure that since the 76th Street bridge is in Richfield, and the American Blvd. bridge is in Bloomington, they don't talk to each other about planning.

    B-day wish

  • The Best Buy in Richfield has a great deal on open box major appliances.

    On Vox: Off Switch

  • Best Buy in Richfield, and supposedly all the Best Buys, received a big shipment of Wiis today.

    I've found me Wii

  • Larry Fitzgerald Jr., who starred at Holy Angels High School in Richfield, Minn., and was a Vikings ball boy under Green, had 11 catches for 172 yards and Boldin had nine catches for 140 yards for the Cardinals.

    USATODAY.com - Football - Arizona vs. Minnesota

  • We found a house about two miles away, still in Richfield, that we really like.

    New house? Maybe. Plus, we need advice to find a renter.

  • When I arrived at the Central School Building in Richfield at 8am, the line was pretty long.

    I voted

  • Purcell American Legion Post No. 616 in Richfield Springs.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Charlie Turner graduated from Richfield High School in Richfield, Minnesota.

    Turner, Charlie

  • Hilary Moon Murphy had reserved a side room at Davanni's on Penn Avenue and 66th St. in Richfield.

    Wrede-ing and Writing

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