American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A system of inland waterways including rivers, bays, and canals along the Atlantic coast of the United States. It extends from Cape Cod to southern Florida and forms part of the Intracoastal Waterway that affords protected passage from Massachusetts to southern Texas.
“Golfer Camilo Villegas and wheelchair tennis player Esther Vergeer, along with the USA Women's Water Polo team all grace covers of the latest issue, which is on newsstands soon.”
“Wheelchair tennis even has its version of Steffi Graf , though I didn't have the opportunity to see her play—Holland's Ester Vergeer.”
“Flying Dutchwoman Most of the time, Esther Vergeer packs away thoughts of The Streak like a bride storing her wedding dress after the ceremony: something special to be preserved but largely ignored.”
“Photo by Hamish Blair/Getty Imag es Esther Vergeer Then the 29-year-old wheelchair tennis athlete — who has won 393 consecutive matches, 10 ITF world championships, 101 straight tournaments, and five Paralympic gold medals — leaves the Netherlands for America.”
“Vergeer hasn't dropped a set since Ditoro took one at the Wheelchair Classic 8s at the 2004 Australian Open.”
“On the move: Dutchwoman Esther Vergeer, the dominant force in women's wheelchair tennis, is back at the U.S.”
“Vergeer holds a 43-0 record in singles and 28-2 mark in doubles this year.”
“The 25-year-old Vergeer has not lost a singles match since February 2003, when she was beaten by Daniela Ditoro of Australia.”
“Esther Vergeer Entering this year's Australian Open, Ms. Vergeer had won 303 consecutive matches.”
“Esther Vergeer extended her record winning streak to 154, beating fellow Hollander Korie Homan 6-2, 6-1 for the women's singles crown, while second-seeded Robin Ammerlaan, also of the Netherlands, took the men's singles by stopping Michael Jeremiasz of France 6-1, 6-3.”
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