espy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Espy served in the House of Representatives until 1993 and resigned after he was appointed as the agriculture secretary, a post he held till 1994.
There is more and more pressure to do more work with less resources, and there are definite efficiency gains in moving to higher levels of automation and streamlining investments when it come to calibration management," explains Espy.
Sparks center Lisa Leslie, left, with Regina King, attended the ESPY Awards in Hollywood on Wednesday.
It centres on Rev Lionel Espy, played by Jack Shepherd, whom most people will instantly recognise as TV detective Wycliffe.
Jack Shepherd (television's Wycliffe) delivers a superb performance as the doubting clergyman, the Rev Lionel Espy.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the ESPY Awards added several new categories, one of which was headlined by two U.
There are lots of color photographs with the latest from 2001, after Tiger received one of four ESPY awards given him that year.
Pardons were given to Dan Rostenkowski, ex-Democratic chairman of the US House Ways and Means Committee, and Archie Schaffer III, a chicken firm boss convicted after an investigation of ex-Agri-culture Secretary Mike Espy.
Though all hold differing views with Clinton politically, they are unanimous in their belief that Schaffer got a bum deal and was wrongly sentenced to prison for trying to illegally influence Clinton's former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy.
1 opening instead, where you'll no doubt espy (for free) plenty of human avatars looping their limited repertoire of responses.
Jason Espy, who has been writing for the Summerville News pretty much since he learned to write, sniffed out the story.
Independent Counsel Donald Smaltz's case against former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy illustrated this approach.