American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small silvery food fish (Micropogonias undulatus) common in Atlantic waters south of Massachusetts.
“Schwindt has been jailed until a March 12 hearing on charges, including neglect of a care-dependent person, aggravated assault, and identity theft.”
“Schwindt, Brady Gray and Erika Karcher joined Fitzpatrick on the victorious 400 relay team.”
“Schwindt said tests had also shown that seeds sprayed with liquid glass are not just protected against fungal attack, but germinate and grow faster than untreated seeds.”
“Schwindt and 28-year-old William Newhoff broke out of the Mineral County jail on Jan. 25,”
“City officials refused to fine Schwindt, but suggested their patience is limited.”
“Violations carry a fine up to $500 and Schwindt brought $500 in case of a citation.”
“It's like a nightmare and I'm just waiting to wake up," Schwindt said.”
“The 35-year-old Schwindt, an 11-year art teacher at the Cascade school who says he loves the town, has spondylitis, a bone disease that hardens cartilage to the bone.”
“On Tuesday, while Schwindt was inside the town hall arguing his case, his horse did what people have been complaining about - right on the sidewalk.”
“Schwindt keeps his horse just outside the city limits, riding in after school to pick up daughters Scarlette, 5, or Ember, 9.”
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