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Dick

(dik),
George Frederick, U.S. internist, 1881-1967. See: Dick method, Dick test, Dick test toxin.

Dick

(dik),
Gladys R.H., U.S. internist, 1881-1963. See: Dick method, Dick test, Dick test toxin.
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Dick,' said my aunt, with her grave look, and her forefinger up as before, 'I am going to ask you another question.
The new company, dck worldwide, LLC, is led by Dick Corporation president and chief executive officer, Stephen D'Angelo, who joined the company in 2003.
Based on archival research and interviews with Dick Yee's family, this essay shows how Dick Yee used the networks that he built from working in other Chinese supermarkets to gather Chinese immigrants as low-wage workers.
Claiming that "in Dick's fiction truth is not a state of things, something stable and fixed," Rossi confidently declares that, for Dick, "truth is an event" (11).
But Dick had never participated in a long-distance race and had doubts.
Dick divides his movie evenly between attempting to expose what he sees as the history of the MPAA's censorship and hypocrisy and exposing the identities of MPAA members themselves.
Dick, Chapter 1, "Rubber compounding: Introduction, definitions and available resources," Rubber Technology, Compounding and Testing for Performance, edited by J.
miffy, the little bunny drawn by Dick Bruna (born in Utrecht, 1927) is Dick Bruna's most famous character.
Dick complies with those terms by promptly remitting each of the above payments to the partnership.
I think the cancer-stem-cell hypothesis will apply to every kind of cancer," says Dick.
Of course, when Dick wrote about alternative realities, he went further than most of the movies he inspired.