[ US /ˈdæɫəs/ ]
  1. a large commercial and industrial city in northeastern Texas located in the heart of the northern Texas oil fields
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How To Use Dallas In A Sentence

  • That's what Dan Kim, chief executive of Red Mango Inc., a frozen yogurt franchise in Dallas, did while trying to name the flavors of his frozen yogurt and iced tea drinks.
  • Just then, Dallas noticed one of the luscious women walking towards him.
  • DALLAS -- Kevin Durant scored 24 points and James Harden added 23, leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 106-100 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night, knotting the Western Conference finals at one game each. Thunder Beat Mavericks 106-100, Tie Series At 1
  • Samuelson's fears are similarly overdone because just as productivity in Duluth accrues to economic activity in Dallas, so will Chinese growth be ours, and ours theirs.
  • The Dallas Mavericks put bar codes on tickets, not just to track sales of the ducats, but to make sure they are selling them to folks who actually fill the seats.
  • Dallas auditionee Kimberly Carver there, after Simon called her uninteresting and "jazz TV" - and guest judge Neil Patrick ... WN.com - Articles related to Black stars don’t mean Hollywood is color-blind
  • After Stamp took an earbashing from the Rugby Park fans and a yellow card from Hugh Dallas for a crunching tackle on Peter Canero, Hearts made their second goal of the day.
  • It got down to Cowher and Dave Wannstedt, then-defensive coordinator of Dallas.
  • The Dallas Cowboys' offense was ice-cold in the first half.
  • Video of the Dallas Cowboys training facility coll ... Archive 2009-05-01
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