American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river, about 257 km (160 mi) long, of northeast Minnesota flowing southwest then southeast to Lake Superior.
“Sikeston is the hometown of (infielder) Blake DeWitt.”
“Sikeston, which is ranked No. 2 in Class 4, led by as many as four points in the first quarter but never regained the lead after the opening quarter.”
“Mayor Mike Marshall, calling Sikeston a "fantastic town," for producing such talent, presented DeWitt with a key to the city.”
“I may have mentioned, I gave copies of "Sikeston" to my kung-fu teacher, Sit, and to a coworker, Susan.”
“After reading your introduction to "Sikeston," I get the impression that dedicating the story to your husband just may be a good idea.”
“Oh yeah, "Sikeston" is up on Critters TODAY, instead of next week--I didn't expect my MPC award to be redeemed so quickly.”
“Your entry this would have been "Sikeston" placed in the quarter finals for the 2nd quarter 2005.”
“I have read "Sikeston" now, and enjoyed it royally.”
“You've finished "Sikeston," and even gotten some critiques on it.”
“I'm sending out "Sikeston" to Writers of the Future today.”
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