from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Connors, James Scott Known as "Jimmy.” Born 1952. American tennis player who twice won both the U.S. and Wimbledon men's singles titles (1974 and 1982) and also won the U.S. title in 1976, 1978, and 1983.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. outstanding United States tennis player (born in 1952)
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Tracking the Connors is an FBI agent (Richard T. Jones), who as the series progresses is revealed to be a Christian of the comfortably generic variety, and who grows increasingly convinced that a robot apocalypse really is forthcoming, and that it has all been predicted in the Bible.
(Incidentally, Curt Connors is another mostly-green scientist that wears purple pants).
Chuck Connors is one of only twelve athletes in history to have played for Major League Baseball, National Football Associationand in the NBA.
Connors is credited with being the first professional basketball player to break a backboard.
I think blaming Connors is a mistake; the posting about pre-decisional & post-decisional material touches on what this is all about, and she's probably having as much trouble changing the MOD info culture as anyone else.
That I loved, that I love, being a Connors, is precious to me.
Catherine Connors is one mother who avoids equivocation.
After going 10 months without a title and briefly slipping to No. 12, the American showed with a renewed enthusiasm and willingness to play more aggressive tennis, that the brief tutelage of mentor Jimmy Connors is paying off.
One need not put stock in Connors's research to see that life does seem to have taught Putin that 'the weak are beaten.'
One need not put stock in Connors's research to see that life does seem to have taught Putin that "the weak are beaten."