Please don't mention 1948, wingers--comparing polling then to polling today is like comparing a '48 Plymouth to a new Lexus.
I grew up about 20 minutes outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan, in Plymouth.
“I continue to be impressed with him,” Gordon VanHuizen said after meeting Huntsman at the Main Street Station Diner in Plymouth.
They burned down my home, killed my dogs, my cat, my rabbit, blew up my 1966 Plymouth Valent.
Today Mercury might as well go the way of Oldsmobile and Plymouth.
Will he now lead them from the breakers of Newport as well as once he led them from Plymouth Rock?
He at once repaired to Plymouth, and communicated his discovery to the governor.
Three days later they embarked upon a country ship, bound for Plymouth, and after a rough tossing in the Channel, landed there.
Also, on the eleventh of May, he had burned eleven houses and five barns in Plymouth.
Somehow few could withstand the power of Plymouth Church singing, and Mr. Beecher's prayers had a wonderfully moving influence.
city in Devon, England, named for its location at the mouth of the Plym River; the river is in turn named for Plympton, literally "plum-tree farm." Earlier Plymouth was Sutton Prior. The town in Massachusetts, U.S., was named 1620 by immigrants on the "Mayflower," which had sailed from Plymouth, England, and landed at what became known as Plymouth Rock.