arrowhead : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow
- At his house in Chicago, Obama says, he has his mother's arrowhead collection from Kansasalong with "trunks full of batiks that we don't really know what to do with.
- Having grown up in the backseat of my father's 1957 Pontiac, I had little doubt that my first new car, too, would proudly sport the arrowhead marque.
- Then came the news two years ago that foul play was involved: an arrowhead embedded deep in his shoulder proved he had been shot from behind.
News & Articles
- Arrowhead earns ‘A’ rating for safety
Arrowhead Hospital has been recognized for the second year in a row with a safety award from the non-profit organization, The Leapfrog Group.
June 20, 2013 - Glendale Star
- Arrowhead Reaches Milestone in Customer Satisfaction
For the second consecutive year, Arrowhead Services, LLC has won the Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award by Celebration Media.
June 20, 2013 - Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance
- Man charged in Arrowhead Park stabbing
A McAlester man has been charged in connection with a stabbing incident at Arrowhead State Park, according to court documents.
June 20, 2013 - McAlester News-Capital
- Clark Hunt in Forbes
When it was Dad's turn, he did not hesitate in responding with `Arrowhead Stadium,'Clark Hunt said. "After a little prodding from the other guests, he went on to explain that no place on earth brought him more joy than the home of the...
- Mark Webber in The Guardian
With new corners it's important to get a feel for them,said Webber. "Simulators are not the real thing but it's good to get a feel. I didn't realise, for example, just how tight the second left-hander is at the Arrowhead. The rest was as...
- Lane Kiffin in International Herald Tribune
It's one game,Kiffin said Tuesday. "There are 15 other teams that are 0-1 just like us, regardless of the score. If we come back this week and go to Arrowhead and win, we'll be 1-1, and everyone will be talking about that game."