Blacks, this show said, understood that they had to get off before the glen Echo stop.
As a TV sports reporter, Sarah Palin allegedly got up close and personal with future NBA player glen Rice back in 1987.
Sally sobbed on her bed, knowing that she would never see glen again.
“glen died for Tyrone and Tyrone died for glen,” one of the former special operators told The Daily Beast.
Once-respected GOP pollster glen Bolger called Minnesota a one-point toss-up when neutral polls showed a wider spread.
These kept my heart stirring and content as long as I abode in the glen of the Garpel.
Sabbath or no Sabbath, the glen cannot let him pass without some tribute of their pride.
As we proceeded down the river we found that it was confined in a glen, whose extreme breadth was not more than half-a-mile.
Before long they reached a sort of glen, at the bottom of which was a winding river.
The parallel roads of glen Roy are referable to some part of the same era.
"narrow valley," late 15c., from Scottish, from Gaelic gleann "mountain valley" (cf. Old Irish glenn, Welsh glyn). Common in place names; cf. Glenlivet (1822), a kind of whiskey, named for the place it was first made (literally "the glen of the Livet," a tributary of the Avon); and Glengarry (1841) a kind of men's cap, of Highland origin, named for a valley in Inverness-shire.