Definitions

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

  • A river, about 257 km (160 mi) long, of northeast Minnesota flowing southwest then southeast to Lake Superior.

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Examples

  • Sikeston is the hometown of (infielder) Blake DeWitt.

    Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis might catch a break

  • Sikeston, which is ranked No. 2 in Class 4, led by as many as four points in the first quarter but never regained the lead after the opening quarter.

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  • Mayor Mike Marshall, calling Sikeston a "fantastic town," for producing such talent, presented DeWitt with a key to the city.

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  • I may have mentioned, I gave copies of "Sikeston" to my kung-fu teacher, Sit, and to a coworker, Susan.

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  • After reading your introduction to "Sikeston," I get the impression that dedicating the story to your husband just may be a good idea.

    I take all the credit.

  • Oh yeah, "Sikeston" is up on Critters TODAY, instead of next week--I didn't expect my MPC award to be redeemed so quickly.

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  • Your entry this would have been "Sikeston" placed in the quarter finals for the 2nd quarter 2005.

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  • I have read "Sikeston" now, and enjoyed it royally.

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  • You've finished "Sikeston," and even gotten some critiques on it.

    paper and silk

  • I'm sending out "Sikeston" to Writers of the Future today.

    Archive 2005-03-01

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