Allegheny

[ US /ˈæɫəˌɡɛni, ˌæɫəˈɡeɪni/ ]
NOUN
  1. a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River
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How To Use Allegheny In A Sentence

  • Sometimes they followed the rivers, large and small: the Allegheny and the Monongahela, the Hocking, Scioto, and Maumee. KISS AN ANGEL
  • Researchers did keep a lookout for rare mammals like the Allegheny wood rat, which has not been seen in the area since the 1920s.
  • Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Labor Secretary Hilda Solis visited a “heating, ventilation and air-conditioning class” in Allegheny County to announce “$102.5 million for energy efficiency and conservation projects in Pennsylvania as part of $3.2 billion earmarked for such projects nationwide.” Wonk Room » The WonkLine: March 27, 2009
  • Young families are moving toward the east and south of the township, away from the Allegheny County line, an analysis of U.S. Census figures indicates.
  • The consent decree litigation will remain on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas active docket through 2004.
  • ALLEGHENY YMCA LECTURE SERIES Kathleen George will discuss "Pittsburgh: A Great Setting for Police Thrillers," Wed. 7 p.m. the Allegheny branch of YMCA, 600 West North Ave. Free. Post-gazette.com - News
  • SCOTUS has ruled in Allegheny that a menorah displayed along side a Christmas tree can be a "symbol of the holiday season" rather than a religious symbol. Sound Politics: "Christmas trees are going back up at Sea-Tac airport."
  • At this year's SAE show, Allegheny wowed attendees by displaying one of the rare stainless steel bodied 1960 Thunderbirds it built in cooperation with Ford.
  • So we're starting off with Beth Fife, who has been with the Pa Game Commission for 11 years, and is now a full time Wildlife Conservation Officer in Allegheny County, which is in the Pittsburgh area. Q&A, Beth Fife, Pa Wildlife Conservation Officer
  • Its bricks are made from recycled waste, and it has bike parking, bike showers, high-performance windows, and three green roofs planted with golden stonecrop, sweet woodruff, Allegheny foamflower and Solomon's seal. After a Bitter Battle, a Quiet End
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