- n United States poet (1869-1950)
- n an artist of consummate skill
one of the old masters
- n a person who has general authority over others
- n a combatant who is able to defeat rivals
- n directs the work of others
- n presiding officer of a school
- n an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made
- n an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship
- n someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution
- n an authority qualified to teach apprentices
- n key that secures entrance everywhere
- v be or become completely proficient or skilled in
- v get on top of; deal with successfully
- v have dominance or the power to defeat over
- v have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of
News & Articles
- Portion of Sam Snead's trophies offered at auction
The Masters trophy Sam Snead won in 1954 after the epic playoff with Ben Hogan. The claret jug when Snead won his only British Open at St. Andrews. The gold medal for the 1942 PGA Championship, the first ...
July 11, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Snead's Masters trophy, claret jug up for auction
The Masters trophy Sam Snead won in 1954 after a playoff with Ben Hogan and the claret jug from Snead's only British Open title are going to auction.
July 11, 2013 - The Golf Channel
- Key Sam Snead trophies offered at auction
The Masters trophy Sam Snead won in 1954 after the epic playoff with Ben Hogan. The claret jug when Snead won his only British Open at St. Andrews. The gold medal for the 1942 PGA Championship, the first of his seven major championships.
July 11, 2013 - ESPN
- Trevor Immelman in Reuters.uk
I win the Nedbank Challenge down in South Africa, a week later I'm having an operation to remove a tumour,said Immelman. "Here I am, after missing the cut last week, Masters champion. It's the craziest thing I've ever heard of."
- Joachim Loew in Sportinglife.com
Low then predicted: "I am confident they will win the title. Spain are a wonderful team. They are the masters of the game. You can see it in every pass. They can hardly be beaten. They are extremely calm and convincing. Spain were just better than...
- Barack Obama in New York Daily News
Obama said this was "not an easy decision," but one he made because "the public financing of presidential elections as it exists today is broken, and we face opponents who've become masters at gaming this broken system."