Shreveport

[ US /ˈʃɹivˌpɔɹt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in northwest Louisiana on the Red River near the Texas border
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How To Use Shreveport In A Sentence

  • The manufacturer of this nightmare was a drawling police officer's son and career criminal from Shreveport, Louisiana, named Danny Harold Rolling.
  • The man who had drawn I-69 with a Magic Marker in Shreveport in 1991 stood in the crowd on the undriven concrete and watched while the Mississippians filed down off the stage and lined up along the ribbon with pairs of scissors. Interstate 69
  • On Thursday, GM decided to shut down a plant that builds small pickup trucks in Shreveport, La., because of a parts shortage.
  • But what happens when our elderly neighbor stops to tell us about his recent visit with his daughter's family in Shreveport? Susan Stiffelman: Are We One Click Away From Disconnecting From the People Around Us?
  • On our drive from downtown Shreveport, we stopped by to check out Provenance, the New Urbanist development with arboricultural street names that his son Witt had been involved with. Interstate 69
  • On Thursday, GM decided to shut down a plant that builds small pickup trucks in Shreveport, La., because of a parts shortage.
  • SHREVEPORT - Two Arkansas men died Saturday when their pickup truck collided head-on with a tour bus carrying members of country singer Trace Adkins 'band in north Louisiana near Shreveport. 2theadvocate.com Latest News
  • The Bayou Pierre, three hundred feet wide and too deep to ford, leaves the Red River a few miles below Shreveport, and after a long course, in which it frequently expands into lakes, returns to its parent stream three miles above Grand Ecore, dividing the pine-clad hills on the west from the alluvion of the river on the east. Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Late War
  • One of GM's current cost cutting options involve closing the Shreveport, Louisiana plant and expanding capacity at the Rayong, Thailand plant to allow for export of the Colorado to the United States.
  • Yesterday, however, the mayor ventured out of New Orleans to visit a shelter in Shreveport where the tempers are short and the passion's high.
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