American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Germany on the Ruhr River east-southeast of Essen. Chartered in 1825, it is an industrial center. Population: 100,000.
“He started in the injury-depleted secondary and his first NFL touch came when Romo badly overthrew Witten from the end zone.”
“On the contrary, I would not believe that any smart guy such as Witten could do so.”
“But there is no contradiction with a weaker form, such as Witten’s conformal induction conjecture, as that only requires that certain observables (those that can be measured from infinity) of the string theory are represented in expectation values of the gauge theory.”
“•Tight end: Five-time Pro Bowler Jason Witten has missed one game in six seasons.”
“Owens made accusations to NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders in November that Romo favored tight end Jason Witten with more of his passes.”
“More than anything, the expectations are still high in Dallas, never higher than what our own expectations are," Witten told USA TODAY at the Pro Bowl.”
“Dallas's Jason Witten burned the Jets' defense for six catches and 110 yards last week.”
“Celek was the third tight end to reach 100 yards in a game against the Jets this season, following New England's Rob Gronkowski and Dallas' Jason Witten.”
“In the third round I'm up against American qualifier Jesse Witten.”
“… I think we all understand those challenges and how much that focus really needs to be there, tight end Jason Witten says.”
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