from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Ashe, Arthur Robert, Jr. 1943-1993. American tennis player who was the first African-American player to win the U.S. Open singles championship (1968) and the Wimbledon singles title (1975).
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- proper n. A topographic surname, spelling variant of Ash
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- n. United States tennis player who was the first Black to win United States and English singles championships (1943-1993)
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Ashe is the current U.S. ambassador to Poland; and he too should come out, like former New Jersey Gov.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Dion Furon founded a nonprofit called the Ashe Foundation.
Twenty-nine years later, with apartheid now abolished and former President Mandela now a beloved elder statesman of this still-new democracy, two dozen sportsmen have followed in Ashe's footsteps.
Roddick hadn't played since beating Xavier Malisse iin Ashe Wednesday night, right when Schalken and Rainer Schuettler were deciding the Louis Armstrong court was too slick for their liking.
Ashe is unique among his colleagues in his determination to demonstrate that it is possible to be a banker for poor Americans and still cover costs.
With an inclination of his head, he called Ashe's attention to a decanter on the table.
Without a word Ashe put his hand upon the arm of Mrs. Fenton, and led her toward the door.
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Verdasco seized the upper hand quickly, though clearly addled by the gusting wind on Ashe, which is more pronounced than on the secondary courts where he had played his previous matches.
Years ago I worked for a short time at an agency called Ashe & Engelmore.