from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Mathewson, Christopher Known as "Christy.” 1880-1925. American baseball player who won 373 games as a right-handed pitcher for the New York Giants (1900-1916).


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  • Mr. Mathewson is a graduate of McGill University, receiving the degree of B.A. in 1912, and B.C.L. in 1917, and also took a post graduate course in the Sorbonne University, Paris.


  • But still strangley pro RBS, and on the backfoot when quizzed on Sir George Mathewson, - as he will continue to be as long as he remains his Government's chief economic advisor.

    Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

  • Cristy Mathewson winning 3 games, all by shutout, in 6 days in 1905.

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  • The SNP are the party of George Mathewson, not Jennie Lee.

    For May Day - and for Scotland

  • Bonus Event: Even more impressive, the Giants Christy Mathewson pitches his third complete game shutout against the A's to win the second ever World Series.

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  • Still, the left of the party would share Mathewson's view that separation would make for a more productive Scotland.

    Can Scotland pay its own way?

  • This result is an SNP of both left and right, with frontbenchers well to the left of Labour and business supporters such as Sir George Mathewson, the former chairman of RBS.

    Can Scotland pay its own way?

  • "We got dragged into the regulatory process, maybe unintentionally," says Dave Mathewson, executive director of the Academy of Model Aeronautics.

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  • This is a live set from 1967, with Hayes accompanied on four long tracks by the superb rhythm section of pianist Mike Pyne, bassist Ron Mathewson and drummer Tony Levin.

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  • But there was some sort of "rock-and-roll flea market" clogging up the street, so we soon headed back east to Mathewson.

    "My little world and all I see..."


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