Find the word definition

Gazetteer
Cushman, AR -- U.S. town in Arkansas
Population (2000): 461
Housing Units (2000): 208
Land area (2000): 3.986412 sq. miles (10.324760 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.986412 sq. miles (10.324760 sq. km)
FIPS code: 16930
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 35.869346 N, 91.764695 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 72526
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Headwords:
Cushman, AR
Cushman
Wikipedia
Cushman (company)

Cushman is a manufacturer of industrial, personal, and custom vehicles. It is based in Augusta, Georgia, United States and is owned by Textron.

Cushman

Cushman may refer to:

  • Cushman (name)
  • Cushman (company), an American vehicle manufacturer
Cushman (mango)

The 'Cushman' mango is a mango cultivar that originated in south Florida. The variety had limited to no commercial application but has been sold as a dooryard tree.

Cushman (name)

Cushman is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:

Surname:

  • Austin F. Cushman (1830–1914), American tool inventor
  • Charlie Cushman (1850–1909), American baseball umpire and manager
  • Charlotte Cushman (1816–1876), American stage actress
  • Doug Cushman (born 1953), American cartoonist
  • Jeremy Cushman (born 1990), American violinist
  • Joseph Augustine Cushman (1881–1949) American paleontologist
  • Harvey Cushman (1877-1920) baseball player
  • Karen Cushman (born 1941), American writer
  • Pauline Cushman (1833–1897), American actress and Civil War spy
  • Robert Cushman (1578–1625), Plymouth Colony Pilgrim
  • Robert E. Cushman, Jr. (1914–1985), U.S. Marine Corps general
  • Robert H. Cushman (1924–1996), engineering journalist
  • Robert Cushman (curator) (1946–2009), photography curator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  • Stephen Cushman (born 1980), American former Christian rock drummer
  • Susan Cushman (born 1972), Canadian rhythmic gymnast
  • Robert Cushman Murphy (1887–1973), American ornithologist

Given name:

  • Cushman Davis (1838–1900), American politician
  • Arthur Cushman McGiffert (1861–1933), American theologian
  • Robert Cushman Murphy (1887–1973), American ornithologist

Usage examples of "cushman".

Generals Cushman and Craig told me essen-tially what you've been telling me, but I like to get confirmation from the people actually doing things.

He was also a lieutenant colonel, and he knew that General Cushman was going to decide that while there were a number of lieutenants and captains who could fly Cubs, there were very few lieutenant colonels around commanding fighter squadrons.

Gen-eral Cushman would look askance at him for even asking if he could.

The captain, who had known General Cushman over the years, told him he preferred to use his sea cabin-a small cabin right off the bridge-anyway, and Cushman had accepted the offer.

General Cushman looked at the character in the black paja-mas long enough to confirm his first identification of him, then started down the ladder.

McCoy was standing at attention be-fore the captain of the USS Badoeng Strait-who had his balled fists resting on his hips and was speaking in a rather loud tone of voice-when General Cushman and Lieu-tenant Colonel Dunn walked up.

Army rubberized raincoat was quickly found, and General Cushman and the man with the Garand got in it and drove off.

Liz Garfield was increasingly preoccupied with her trip to Providence, talking on the phone in the evenings with Mr Biderman or one of the other two who were going (Bill Cushman was one of them.

It was a souped-up Cushman with an extra set of twelve-volts, and headlights scavenged off a real Jeep.

Before Charles Chelsea had given Joe Winder the keys to the Cushman, he had warned him to be wary when driving near the tourists.

He went down two nights of stairs and stacked the gas cans on the back of a Cushman motor cart.

As they watched Skink load the second pair of cans onto the Cushman, Winder realized his own mistake: he had tried too hard to be reasonable and civilized and possibly even clever.

A security guard in his Cushman watched the couple pass, pleased that Andy Brazil might finally have a girlfriend.

He spat again, silently rolling the Cushman closer to the church, keeping his eye on the couple, to make sure they were safe out here in the dark.