The sesame Street gang could easily survive without federal assistance—as could all public television and radio.
There was Boggle, the tooth fairy, sesame Street, family pets, and school plays.
sesame Street has employed a lot of tactics to teach letters, but Gervais employs the greatest power of all: his celebrity status.
In a special tonight, sesame Street introduces a Muppet who has to get food from a food pantry.
Cookie Monster has always been one of the most beloved features of that PBS childhood staple, sesame Street.
sesame has long been cultivated in the hot regions of the old world for the sake of the oil extracted from the seeds.
Now Nos. 28 and 29 are the premises of the sesame Club for ladies.
Herodotus1396 tells us that Babylonia grew no olive trees, and that its inhabitants made use of oil of sesame.
Every day he gave her a tablet upon which "sesame" was written.
If the farmer does not produce grain or sesame in his field, he shall not alter his contract.
early 15c., probably from Middle French sisame and directly from Latin sesamum (nominative sesama), from Greek sesamon (Doric sasamon) "seed or fruit of the sesame plant," a very early borrowing via Phoenician from Late Babylonian *shawash-shammu (cf. Assyrian shamash-shammu "sesame," literally "oil-seed"). First as a magic password in 1785 translation of Galland's "Mille et une nuits," where it opens the door of the thieves' den in "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves." Phrase open sesame current since about 1826.