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

  • n. Chiefly British Annunciation, celebrated on March 25.


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  • The chaos and the crowds, though, were a bit much to bear, so the only gaming I did was a ten-win streak at Soul Calibur 2, before we left.

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  • With four straight ten-win seasons, the Cougars have been terrific highlighted by an opening day win over Oklahoma last year, a victory over arch-rival Utah last season, and with wins in three of the last four Las Vegas Bowls. >

  • Another ten-win season is a more realistic goal, but no one around the program is going to shoot for anything less than a title. >

  • If the Pack beats all the teams it's supposed to, it could be 9-3 with a shot at a ten-win regular season. >

  • Dave Wannstedt's bosses when you consider he was coming off a ten-win season and had what some thought to be an outside shot at being in the championship mix given the lack of quality in the conference. Top headlines

  • Virginia, the Hokies can close with a four-game winning stream and keep hope of a ten-win season alive. >

  • While it's hard to dog a ten-win season, the only win of note was against Air Force; the second best win was over Colorado State ... yippee. >

  • I don't think you have to be a bad guy to be a winner; six ten-win seasons in a seven-year period ought to be proof enough of that.

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  • The Tigers are now out of the SEC title hunt, so now the goal is for a ten-win season with Troy, Ole Miss and Arkansas to close before the bowl game. >

  • We cheered our beloved Georgia Bulldogs to another ten-win season …



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