from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Masters, Edgar Lee 1869-1950. American poet known for his Spoon River Anthology (1915), a collection of free-verse epitaphs of the citizens of a small Midwestern town.
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- n. A master's degree.
- n. A person holding a master's degree, as a title.
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- n. United States poet (1869-1950)
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Step into the Jewish Museum in New York City, which is currently cohosting the wonderful “Masters of American Comics” exhibit, and read it for yourself: “’Masters of American Comics’ endeavors to establish a canon of fourteen of the most influential artists working in the medium throughout the 20th century.”
Colin Masters is clever, never leaving a trace of evidence that could tie him to anything incriminating.
You won the US Open this year, but you could not get the title Masters Series under this Masters Cup.
Begay, among those who hugged Woods immediately after Woods 'initial public remarks in February, suggests the Masters is the "perfect setting" for his return since Augusta National "is very insulated" and "has control" over coverage.
Maybe I can find some way to get copy of Dark Worlds and our new title Masters of Adventure there.
Oddly, the Masters is the only major Woods has failed to contend in seriously on the back nine since his
Andrew Magee, 41st on the money list, said the chance to qualify for the Masters is the only reason he is at Annandale.
- Following Phil Mickelson at the Masters is a walk on the wild side.