American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central Michigan on the Saginaw River, which flows about 32 km (20 mi) northward into Saginaw Bay, a large inlet of Lake Huron. The city is a port of entry and an industrial center. Population: 57,500.
- n. a town in east central Michigan on an arm of Lake Huron
“SAGINAW -- A 16-year-old has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for shooting four people near a middle school football game in Saginaw.”
“Michigan 5 -- This economically depressed area centered on Flint and Saginaw is traditionally Democratic and gave John Kerry 59% of the vote in 2004.”
“The largest percentage price increase was in Saginaw, Mich., where the median price doubled to nearly $61,000.”
“The man is overdue to appear in Saginaw County District Court for arraignment, Kimmerly said.”
“One judge in Saginaw, Mich., recently found a way to implement some poetic justice.”
“Someone once said that the fun in Saginaw was going down to river to watch the turd races.”
“I lived in Saginaw and knew that the Board of Education was corrupt.”
“I live in Saginaw, Michigan the daughter, wife and mother of vets.”
“On Sept. 29, 2000, while campaigning in Saginaw, MI, Bush said: “We will require all power plants to meet clean-air standards in order to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide within a reasonable period of time.””
“President Bush gave a speech today in Saginaw, Mich., in which, judging from the White House transcript, he repeated whole paragraphs twice, like a malfunctioning Stepford wife.”
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