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  • noun Plural form of all-American.

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Examples

  • Following an alumni game that featured former all-Americans Juan Dixon and Keith Booth, players performed a team dance to a medley of hip-hop songs in their new-look black uniforms topped by black blazers, with dark sunglasses for an added measure of cool.

    Terps Unveil New Uniforms, Chemistry at Maryland Madness

  • He joined four other high-school all-Americans—Juwan Howard, Jimmie King, Ray Jackson and Chris Webber—who became the first major team to start five freshmen.

    From the Fab Five to the Three Rs

  • Peery coached 48 EIWA individual champions and 28 all-Americans, including Dan Muthler, who won the national title at 142 pounds in 1973.

    Former wrestling coach Ed Peery passes away

  • High school all-Americans, first, second and third team.

    Mike London impressed with Southern California's team speed

  • It's important to note that Sports Illustrated's all-America team is not a nationally recognized list when determining unanimous and consensus all-Americans.

    Hosley, Taylor and Hazley honored as all-Americans

  • She has devoted her entire life-ENTIRE LIFE-to bringing about change, giving all people (children, elderly, blacks, whites, rich, poor, corporate and small business America) a voice and inciting a vision of one America for all-Americans.

    Carter: After June 3, it will be time for Clinton to 'give it up'

  • He produced two Heisman trophy winners, many Biletnikoff and Thorpe Award winners, armies of all-Americans, squads of pro players, a Rhodes scholar and countless regular guys.

    Florida State Football Coach Bowden Says Farewell

  • '' It was (like) big-time college football, except you've got all guys who are all-Americans on the other side of the ball.

    USATODAY.com

  • All of the championships that we have won, all of the victories and all the all-Americans and all the great players and coaches that have come through there, and it's kind of always been a void in our tradition of our program.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2009

  • Healthcare; Clinton wants to mandate, a Washington word for force, health care coverage for all-Americans, and anyone who can't afford it would get taxpayer money to help out.

    CNN Transcript Jan 3, 2008

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