from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Guthrie, Woodrow Wilson Known as "Woody.” 1912-1967. American folk singer and composer of numerous songs about hardship and social injustice, including "This Land Is Your Land” (1940).
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. United States folk singer and songwriter (1912-1967)
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GUTHRIE - A 7-year-old girl died after being thrown from a sport utility vehicle she was riding in, the Texas, died at the scene of the crash in the snow-covered southbound lanes of Interstate 35 south of Guthrie, the patrol said.
GUTHRIE - With the statute of limitations expiring on Christmas Day, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has filed a DNA-based warrant to keep open indefinitely the case of the brutal assault and rape of an elderly Guthrie woman 12 years ago.
THE GUTHRIE FAMILY RIDES AGAIN (Saturday) At its best, folk music feels familial and ancient, and this family revue - featuring Arlo Guthrie (son of Woody), Sara Lee (daughter of Arlo) and Olivia (daughter of Sara Lee), playing a mix of songs culled from the collective Guthrie catalog - certainly embodies that spirit.
In that play, a veteran photographer named George Guthrie is talking to a young journalist.
Tom Guthrie is flexing his character in his roles as father and romantic partner.
Notes: The Orioles have scored 16 runs in Guthrie's two starts. ...
Allan Guthrie is put to a slightly different test here.
If you read the P-I and Times stories carefully, you will see that Guthrie is only pretending to put up the money so as to get into a TV debate.
Bruce Guthrie is a very good guy and I have a lot of respect for him.
Bruce Guthrie and the rest of the Libertarians are still partying hard in Guthrie campaign headquarters.