- George Miff·lin [mif-lin] /ˈmɪf lɪn/, 1792–1864, U.S. diplomat: vice-president of the U.S. 1845–49.
- a city in NE Texas.
Examples from the Web for dallas
Contemporary Examples of dallas
And that may well be what is happening in the Barnett Shale region around, yes, Dallas and Irving.26 Earthquakes Later, Fracking’s Smoking Gun Is in Texas
January 7, 2015
A Republican candidate hoping to win red state support could find a worse team to root for than one from Dallas.Will Chris Christie Regret His Cowboy Hug?
January 5, 2015
The Dallas Cowboys sell out their state-of-the art football stadium.
Even the legendary 1980s televisions show Dallas is back on the air, selling its twenty-first century brand of Texas bravado.
Joy Woodhouse calls in to tell her bickering boys Brad and Dallas to “get this out of your system” before Christmas.Mom Scolds Pundit Sons on C-SPAN
Alex Chancey, The Daily Beast Video
December 16, 2014
Historical Examples of dallas
Dallas, the secretary of state, Gallatin's friend, was one of this troop.
Mr. Gallatin was apprised of it by Mr. Dallas in January, 1814.
Translated in 1859 by Mr. Dallas under the title "Facts for Darwin."Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
The government's headquarters were at Dallas, with a retinue of officials in charge.Land of the Burnt Thigh
Edith Eudora Kohl
Nevertheless, Dallas prevailed on him to omit certain "ludicrous stanzas."The Works of Lord Byron
- a city in NE Texas, on the Trinity River: scene of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1963). Pop: 1 208 318 (2003 est)
city in Texas, U.S., settled 1841, named 1846 for George M. Dallas (1792-1864), U.S. vice president under Polk (1845-49); the family name (13c.) is from the barony of Dallas (Moray) or means "dweller at the house in the dale."
Large industrial and commercial city in northeastern Texas.