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  • A, B, C, D, E, Your public library has arranged these in ways that make you cry, giggle, laugh, love, hate, wonder, ponder and understand ( American Library Association advertising slogan )
  • African American
  • All American
  • All Day ( Nickname of American football player Adrian Peterson )
  • All-American Girl ( Nickname of boxer Vonda Ward )
  • American Express? That'll do nicely sir ( American Express advertising slogan )
  • American Graffiti ( Richard Dreyfuss movie )
  • American Home has an edifice complex ( American Home Magazine advertising slogan )
  • American Patrol ( Glenn Miller song )
  • American Pie ( Don Mclean song )
  • American luxury ( Lincoln advertising slogan )
  • Americans drive on parkways and park on driveways
  • An American In Paris ( Irving Berlin tune title and Gene Kelly movie )
  • An American revolution ( Chevrolet advertising slogan )
  • As American as apple pie
  • Atilla of the American Continent ( Nickname of General William Sherman )
  • Bad Moon ( Nickname of American football player Andre Rison )
  • Bart the Cool ( Nickname of American football player Bart Starr )
  • Bat Masterson ( Nickname of American western character William Barclay Masterson )
  • Big Ben ( Nickname of basketball player Ben Wallace and American football player Ben Roethlisberger )
  • Big Cat ( Nickname of American football player Leon Lett )
  • Big Daddy ( Nickname of American football Dan Wilkinson )
  • Billion Dollar Man ( Nickname of American politician Henry Nowak )
  • Brand new ballgame ( A baseball expression meaning when a team that has been behind ties up the game )
  • Brother Jonathan
  • Brush back ( A baseball expression meaning to subvert or threaten verbally )
  • Buffalo Bill ( Nickname of William Cody )
  • Calamity Jane ( Nickname of Martha Cannary Burke )
  • Can of corn ( A baseball expression meaning a ball which is easy to catch )
  • Caught off base ( A baseball expression meaning unawares or by surprise )
  • Champagne Tony ( Nickname of American football player Tony Eason )
  • Chow down ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Cleanup hitter ( A baseball expression meaning a batter who comes in to solve a problem )
  • Crazy Legs ( Nickname of American football player Elroy Hirsch )
  • Dandy Don ( Nickname of American football player Don Meredith )
  • Doing what we do best ( American Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Don't leave home without it ( American Express advertising slogan )
  • Don't pass gas ( American Legacy Foundation advertising slogan )
  • Double header ( A baseball expression denoting two events held on the same day with the same participants )
  • Down to the last out ( A baseball expression meaning to have one last chance )
  • Ducks on a pond ( A baseball expression meaning having runners in scoring position )
  • Father Knows Best ( American TV Show )
  • Fly the American way ( American Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Foot in the bucket ( A baseball expression meaning to act timidly or cowardly )
  • Fourth Quarter Vince ( Nickname of American football player Vince Young )
  • Fred Ex ( Nickname of American football player Freddie Mitchell )
  • Garbage Man ( Nickname of American football player Michael Bradley )
  • Going going gone ( A baseball expression by which an announcer describes a home run that is heading over the fence )
  • Golden Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting a player who strikes out four times in a game )
  • Good Americans when they die go to Paris
  • Ground ball ( A baseball expression meaning a prosaic or ordinary accomplishment )
  • He Hate Me ( Nickname of American football player Rod Smart )
  • Heavy Lunch ( Nickname of American football player Norman Hand )
  • Heavy hitter ( A baseball expression meaning a powerful or commanding person )
  • Hershey, the great American chocolate bar ( Hershey Chocolate advertising slogan )
  • Hit it out of the park ( A baseball expression denoting a complete or spectacular success )
  • If man were meant to fly, God would have lowered the fares ( American Coach Lines advertising slogan )
  • Knock it out of the park ( A baseball expression denoting a complete or spectacular success )
  • Knock the cover off the ball ( A baseball expression meaning succeed beyond expectation )
  • Leadoff hitter ( A baseball expression denoting the player who bats first )
  • Made the American Way ( Miller High Life advertising slogan )
  • Mendoza line ( A baseball expression denoting a line marking a very poor performance )
  • Murderers' Row ( A baseball expression denoting a group of talented individuals or valuable assets )
  • My fellow Americans
  • Native American
  • Ninth inning ( A baseball expression meaning an event or process is near the end )
  • On deck ( A baseball expression meaning next in line )
  • Overpaid, oversexed, and over here
  • Pinch hit ( A baseball expression denoting a substitute or stand-in )
  • Pitch a shutout ( A baseball expression meaning not allowing an opponent any wins )
  • Platinum Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting striking out five times in a game )
  • Play hardball ( A baseball expression meaning to be or act tough or aggressive )
  • Play softball ( A baseball expression meaning to ask easy questions )
  • Pontiac: Designed for Action ( Pontiac advertising slogan )
  • Quality is job one ( Ford Cars advertising slogan )
  • Rally cap ( A baseball expression denoting a cap is a worn inside out or backwards )
  • Reach out and touch someone ( American Telephone & Telegraph advertising slogan )
  • Rest, keep warm and drink liquids ( American Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Right off the bat ( A baseball expression meaning immediately without delay )
  • Say it ain't so, Joe ( A baseball expression denoting disbelief )
  • See the USA in a Chevrolet ( Chevrolet advertising slogan )
  • Sherman tanks ( Cockney rhyming slang for Yanks )
  • Something special in the air ( American Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Standard of the World ( Cadillac advertising slogan )
  • Strike out swinging ( A baseball expression meaning to fail while giving it your best effort )
  • Swing for the fences ( A baseball expression meaning try for a substantial gain )
  • Switch hitter ( A baseball expression denoting a batter who can hit left or right handed )
  • Take cuts at someone ( A baseball expression meaning taking a verbal swing or striking a blow at a reputation )
  • The American dream
  • The Best never rest ( Ford Trucks advertising slogan )
  • The Heartbeat of America: Chevrolet ( Chevrolet advertising slogan )
  • The Penalty of Leadership ( Cadillac advertising slogan )
  • The Spirit of American Style ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • The daily diary of the American dream ( Wall Street Journal advertising slogan )
  • The road isn't built that can make it breathe hard! ( Chevrolet advertising slogan )
  • This is Not Your Father's Oldsmobile ( Oldsmobile advertising slogan )
  • Throw a beanball ( A baseball expression meaning to attack an opponent by aiming at their head )
  • Tobacco is our middle name ( American Brands, Inc advertising slogan )
  • Today the discriminating family finds it absolutely necessary to own two or more motor cars ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Took the collar ( A baseball expression meaning failing to get any hits )
  • Travel well ( Lincoln advertising slogan )
  • Triple play ( A baseball expression denoting the act of making three outs during the same play )
  • Twas the night before Christmas - the children were dreaming of a Ford in their future - smart, swanky and gleaming ( Ford Cars advertising slogan )
  • Unique in All the World ( Ford Thunderbird advertising slogan )
  • War eagle ( the golden eagle - used by Native Americans to make headdresses )
  • We are driving excitement ( Pontiac advertising slogan )
  • We build excitement ( Pontiac advertising slogan )
  • We'll be there ( Chevrolet advertising slogan )
  • When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Your next car ( Chrysler advertising slogan )

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