noun, plural ter·ries.
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Taken together across the four episodes, the stories about and from Terry show a man who was desperate for an answer that’s impossible to find.The Story Behind The Sons of Sam, Netflix's True Crime Docuseries About David Berkowitz|Mahita Gajanan|May 5, 2021|Time
“This circuit split is untenable,” Terry’s legal team argues in his petition, pointing out “geography alone now determines” whether “countless” people serving low-level crack cocaine convictions can apply for sentence reduction.SCOTUS Hears Case That Could Impact Sentencing For Many ‘Low-Level’ Crack Cocaine Offenders|Madeleine Carlisle|May 3, 2021|Time
Terry will also address housing stability by leveraging federal housing dollars and working to establish safe and inclusive shelters.
Terry, who did much of the mapping work at ATAC, had spent four years as a contractor with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency working on American drone strikes.
When the region was hit by a powerful windstorm last September, Terry flew a drone over massive piles of downed trees and brush collected by the city.
Terry Castle has this great book called The Professor, which came out after I was in grad school.Meghan Daum On Tackling The Unspeakable Parts Of Life|David Yaffe|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At its height in the 1920s, Terry noted, the Klan wielded real political influence, boasting a membership upwards of four million.
Don Terry, a senior writer at the Southern Poverty Law Center, doubts it.
The film holds a special resonance for Jones, since Terry also served as his mentor.
Clark [Terry] always had the ability to put young kids on his shoulders.
Then the gang did deliberately combine to waylay and attack Lieutenant Overton and Terry?
Further, Lieutenants Overton and Terry were authorized to publish this letter in any way that they chose.
"I hope we'll have as good luck with each step upward," beamed young Terry.
"Mr. Johnson is first lieutenant of F company, your company, Mr. Terry," stated the major.
"I don't suppose Terry or myself will have the luck to be picked for this sort of border patrol work, if it comes," suggested Hal.
British Dictionary definitions for terry (1 of 2)
noun plural -ries
- a fabric with such a pile on both sides
- (as modifier)a terry towel