Winslow

[ US /ˈwɪnzɫoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. English colonial administrator who traveled to America on the Mayflower and served as the first governor of the Plymouth Colony (1595-1655)
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How To Use Winslow In A Sentence

  • The new agreement supports the construction of an oriented-strand-board, or "OSB," plant in Winslow, Arizona, by Arizona Forest Restoration Product. undefined
  • The peritoneal cavity gives off a large diverticulum, the omental bursa, which is situated behind the stomach and adjoining structures; the neck of communication between the cavity and the bursa is termed the epiploic foramen (foramen of Winslow). XI. Splanchnology. 2e. The Abdomen
  • Nobody had a name longer than mine: General Bartholomew Scott Winslow Sheffield. If There Be Thorns
  •             Dr. Winslow Crocker, Jr., the dean of adenoid surgeons in the highly-competitive Boston-Cambridge medical community, held his arms out while a nurse stretched rubber gloves onto his hands in preparation for surgery. The Difference Between Men and Women
  • The Richest Man in the World's official title holder, Jack Winslow, has a plan to abolish the drizzly season of Hamble by harnessing the power of a captured dwarf sun, but everyone who opposes his project seems to wind up flash fried - from the inside! Issue 0.034
  • The epiploic foramen (foramen epiploicum; foramen of Winslow) is the passage of communication between the general cavity and the omental bursa. XI. Splanchnology. 2e. The Abdomen
  • As Winslow sees it, there's no need to compromise between financial glory and being green.
  • `Couldn't Pepe get back the two Paul Klees and the Winslow Homer? THE RECYCLED CITIZEN
  • The most of that forenoon, that is the hour or so remaining, was spent by Mr. Winslow in sitting by the workbench and idly scratching upon a board with the point of the chisel. Shavings
  • But with regard to Winslow's receiving ability, any weakness cited is an exercise in nit-picking.
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