American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sherwood, Robert Emmet 1896-1955. American playwright whose works include Idiot's Delight (1936), Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1938), and There Shall Be No Night (1940), each of which won a Pulitzer Prize.
- n. United States playwright (1896-1955)
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“TV Guide Magazine: The name Sherwood sounds pretty similar to Sheffield.”
“There is an old battery plant site in Sherwood, right next door to a former tannery site.”
“Will people in Sherwood, Lake Oswego, McMinnville, Wood Village, Cedar Mill want to have five to ten story buildings in there cores?”
“I was sitting at the signal at Boones Ferry Road and Tualatin Sherwood Road this evening at 7: 51 when the WES train came through.”
“When King John raised taxes, an angry mob of Merry Men hung out in Sherwood Forest robbing the tax collectors.”
“It was called Sherwood Forest, and it literally was a forest," he said.”
“More valley from Ukiah to Willits, and then we turned westward through the virgin Sherwood Forest of magnificent redwood, stopping at Alpine for the night and continuing on through”
“Sherwood is realistic, historical fiction of the highest order.”
“Congressman Carney, elected in 2006 after defeating Republican Don Sherwood, is a Commander in the Naval Reserve.”
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