from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A state of the southeast United States. It was admitted as the 16th state in 1796. First visited by the Spanish in 1540, the region was explored by Daniel Boone in 1769 and became part of the United States in 1783. The short-lived state of Franklin (1784-1788) formed the basis for the Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio (1790) and the later state of Tennessee. Nashville is the capital and Memphis the largest city. Population: 6,160,000.
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- proper n. A state of the United States of America. Capital: Nashville.
- proper n. A river flowing generally westward 652 miles from eastern Tennessee into the Ohio River in Kentucky.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a state in east central United States
- n. a river formed by the confluence of two other rivers near Knoxville; it follows a U-shaped course to become a tributary of the Ohio River in western Kentucky
TENNESSEE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: ISLAM IS NOT A REAL RELIGION - And here we thought Zach Wamp's flirtations with secession were the strangest thing coming out of the Republican gubernatorial race in Tennessee.
TENNESSEE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: ISLAM IS NOT A REAL RELIGION- And here we thought Zach Wamp's flirtations with secession were the strangest thing coming out of the Republican gubernatorial race in Tennessee.
ROGER RICKMAN, SELMER, TENNESSEE POLICE: On March 22nd, 2006, the body of Matthew Winkler was found in his home in Selmer, Tennessee.
BOB CORKER (R), TENNESSEE SENATORIAL CANDIDATE: People across the state of Tennessee realize that this is a choice.
BOB CORKER (R), TENNESSEE SENATE CANDIDATE: It was a strong head wind working against us, but in the end the choice belonged to the good people of Tennessee.
HAROLD FORD (D), TENNESSEE, SENATE CANDIDATE: I think this race boils down to turnout here in Tennessee.
(D), TENNESSEE SENATORIAL CANDIDATE: I've got great faith in the voters in Tennessee that they're going to go vote for the person they believe can best represent them.
TENNESSEE: Another Southern state, Tennessee, could be among the hardest hit by the president's proposed budget.
MARK GWYN, TENNESSEE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION: Based on the violent act that they perpetrated in Kingston, Tennessee, we really felt like that, you know, we didn't want anyone else hurt.
TENNESSEE: Benefits 242,000 workers in Tennessee, representing 16.7 percent of all hourly workers in the state.