American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Trevino, Lee Born 1939. American golfer who won the U.S. Open (1968 and 1971), the British Open (1971 and 1972), and the PGA title (1974 and 1984).
- n. United States golfer (born in 1939)
“Trevino is among the few senior citizens willing to cut the Tiger-traumatized boys some slack.”
“Backspin: Could join Trevino, Hogan, Sarazen and Jones as the only players to win U.S.”
“Police say the suspect, later identified as Trevino, was traveling west on Chinden Boulevard when he attempted to turn onto Veterans Memorial Parkway.”
“It is located on a grapefruit ranch known as the Trevino hacienda, about two hundred miles due north of Limasito.”
“Could we be on the verge of new era of characters on the PGA Tour, harkening back to the days of Lee Trevino, Sam Snead and Chi Chi Rodriquez?”
“Twelve United planes — out of its fleet of 710 — were out of service as they were inspected for damage, but spokesman Mike Trevino didn't know the extent of the damage.”
“Michael Trevino (The Vampire Diaries): "My friend and I both dressed up as Ghostbusters but I ended up looking more like a robber.”
“Taylor Kinney, who plays Mason on the CW series (Thurs, 8/7c), insists that he returned in large part to mentor his nephew Tyler (Michael Trevino).”
“If Tyler (Michael Trevino) can convince Uncle Mason to come clean about the Lockwood curse, life — and death — in Mystic Falls will be getting a whole lot hairier.”
“Two gunmen were killed and three state police were injured, said Nuevo Leon Public Safety Secretary Luis Carlos Trevino.”
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