American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Illinois west of Chicago. Settled in the 1830s, it is mainly residential. Population: 54,600.
- An unincorporated community of central Maryland, a residential suburb of Washington, D.C. Population: 57,600.
“WHEATON GRAND THEATER 123 Hale, Wheaton: Fri 10/3, 9 PM, Scarecrow Garden, Remember the Tiger Tales.”
“ARNOLD: Professor William Wheaton is teaching in a packed lecture hall at MIT's Center for Real Estate.”
“Legal | A 28-year-old man in Wheaton, Ill., was sentenced Thursday to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to felony theft for using a bogus check in 2007 to buy a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man #2 from Graham Crackers Comics in Naperville.”
“Actor, comedian, singer who was born in Wheaton, Illinois.”
“Wil Wheaton is letting us peek behind the curtain of Big Bang Theory where he will soon be guest-starring.”
“A memoir needs more than good anecdotes to make it entertaining: it needs good writing, too, and Wheaton is no slouch when it comes to telling a story.”
“The founding of a neo-traditional Anglican movement in Wheaton, Illinois, in early December actually confirmed the point.”
“Wil Wheaton is leading a kitchen-table game of Dungeons and Dragons with his teenaged son and some of his son's friends, and documenting the campaign in his blog.”
“NASA Needs Wil Wheaton is the next entry in this blog.”
“Farah: When the airplane got over Chicago [Alyce lives in Wheaton, IL] I looked down and saw the beautiful lights.”
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