- n. someone who breaks a record
“That's a strong showing, but Episode 3, in which Sheen ranted into the phone, smoked a cigarette through his nose and drank a secret elixir - which he refused to name unless he got paid to do so - remains the record-holder, with 1.5 million views.”
“On the federal level, the record-holder remains Perot, who spent $63.5 million on his independent bid for the presidency in 1992, according to Federal Election Commission data.”
“Frank, a civil rights trailblazer and world record-holder for lowest center of gravity we guess, was the first openly gay Weeble to hold public office in this country.”
“It came out only a week after all-time box office gross record-holder "Avatar" did, and on Christmas Day no less.”
“The all-time school record-holder is Henry Bailey with 24 (1991-94).”
“A straight-A student and state record-holder in the 3,200 meter, failure wasn't something to which Emma was accustomed.”
“The blaze officially became the largest in state history on Wednesday when new mapping showed it exceeded the previous record-holder, the 2002 Rodeo-Chediski fire, which burned 732 square miles, or 469,000 acres, and destroyed 491 buildings.”
“In a Twitter posting, marathon world record-holder Paula Radcliffe remembered Waitz as "an amazing champion and more amazing person.”
“It won 't be easy with a field that includes world record-holder Haile Gebrselassie, (Ethiopia) making his New York debut, two-time NYC marathon winner Marilson Gomes dos Santos (Brazil) and 2009 World Championships gold medalist Abel Kirui (Kenya).”
“The previous record-holder was a dog named Rico, who held a vocabulary of 200 words.”
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