American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Schuyler, Philip John 1733-1804. American Revolutionary general of American forces in New York State who was relieved of his command after the British capture of Fort Ticonderoga (1777). He later served as a U.S. senator from New York (1789-1791 and 1797-1798).
- Dutch surname "scholar, student", brought to America by seventeenth century Dutch immigrants. (Wiktionary)
“For should he permanently etch the name "Schuyler" or "Kayla" onto his skin, he will only be dedicating himself to a minimum of 18 years worth of child support payments.”
“I live about 5 miles from Iowa in Schuyler Co, Missouri.”
“When we first moved here, we drove down near Howardsville to visit a community in Schuyler called the Quarries that was just starting up.”
“Schuyler is a beautiful poet as well ( "The Morning of the Poem" or "Collected Poems" good places to start).”
“During the day she was cared for by a woman, Mrs. Smith, ** who lived down the road in Schuyler (world-famous home of the Waltons).”
“When we lived in Schuyler, I found a turtle sort of in traffic at the intersection of Routes 6 and 800.”
“Here in Schuyler, we only got about 6 inches of insanely small snow … it is a little icier than it sounds like it is in CVille (with no school, no reason to go into town).”
“All is not well in Schuyler, the home of the real-life Walton family.”
“He had the recruits from Philadelphia, he had Lee's army, and he also had two thousand men sent him by Schuyler from the north.”
“It's not ideal, but if we call Schuyler a transfer house for next year, it gives us more credibility for maintaining transfer programming in the future," he explained.”
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