from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Chiefly Southern U.S. Everywhere.
- adv. Chiefly Southern U.S. Wherever.
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- adv. everywhere
- adv. wherever
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* Dems on defense everwhere: Interesting polling from The Hill, which surveys a dozen key toss-up House races all over the country and finds the GOP candidates leading in eleven of them, though in many cases the races remain nailbiters.
Back in the early 90's, growth economists kept quoting Solow on the puzzling failure of the computer to boost productivity: "We see the computer age everwhere except in the productivity statistics."
First, everyone will be able to see day-in/day-out what an insane moron Palin is (with apologies to insane morons everwhere).
May the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Uganda, and everwhere, feel the blessing of our prayers and of our tangible support as they struggle against deadly hate and homophobia everyday.
So, Sara is attempting to find a "home" everwhere in the USA!
This woman is toxic to our country, yet everwhere you turn, there she is.
Until 1999, the average Swiss in half of the cantons of Switzerland could carry a firearm anywhere without any kind of permit, unlike the United States where a permit was required everwhere except Vermont.
AS you can see we have inmorla leaders popping up everwhere.
We passed bright rinds of snow everwhere, not nearly as much of it melted away as I would have thought.
In addition to being a wonderful example for bakeries everwhere, these should be held up as good examples to prospective cake buyers.