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evert

 [e-vert´]
to turn inside out; to turn outward.

e·vert

(ē-vert'),
To turn outward.
[L. e-verto, to overturn]

e·vert

(ē-vĕrt')
To turn outward.
[L. e-verto, to overturn]

evert

to turn inside out; to turn outward.
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American Express has partnered with legendary tennis star Chris Evert, and up-and-coming tennis stars John Isner and Victoria Azarenka to provide Cardmembers and tennis fans everywhere with insider information on what is happening on and off the courts leading up to the US Open.
CHAMPION: Jimmy Connors, who won the Wimbledon men's singles title in 1974 while his then fiancee, Chris Evert, won the women's crown
BankAtlantic, Florida's Most Convenient Bank, announced today that BankAtlantic's "Banker Bikers" will ride in the Big Bike Riders Children's Foundation "Celebration of Smiles" Charity Motorcycle Ride benefitting the Broward Health Chris Evert Children's Hospital.
CHRIS EVERT has backed Serena Williams to break Steffi Graf 's Open era record of 22 Grand Slams.
The 31-year-old Williams has won 16 majors to trail Margaret Court (24), Steffi Graf (22), Helen Wills Moody (19), Chris Evert (18) and Martina Navratilova (18) on the all-time list, the report said.
His 2008 marriage to ex-tennis star Chris Evert lasted 15 months.
CHRIS Evert and Greg Norman have split up, just 15 months after they married.
However, his form could be attributed to something besides golf as it was revealed that he and Wimbledon legend Chris Evert - at the event for the official launch of a Chris Evert Tennis Centre on the Pearl Valley Golf Estates - were engaged.
However, his form could be attributed to something besides golf as it was revealed that he and Wimbledon legend Chris Evert-who was at the event for the official launch of a Chris Evert Tennis Centre on the Pearl Valley Golf Estates - had got engaged.
The popular British singles star - who had defeated Chris Evert in the semi-finals - ultimately made light work of Stove.
These flights of fancy are still preferable to a finals match that seems to last longer on screen than it would in real life and the irritatingly obvious commentary from Chris Evert and John McEnroe that accompanies it.
They are taller, stronger, fitter, more powerful and heavier than when Billie Jean King and Chris Evert were at the height of the women's game.