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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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NEWCASTLE Diamonds will be hoping that their former rider Lee Dicken has calmed down before tonight's Premier League match against Glasgow Tigers at Newcastle Stadium.
Dicken entered the film world in 1964 and his credits include Thunderbirds, 2001: A Space Odyssey, When Dinosaurs Ruled the World and The Land That Time Forgot.
When police later spoke to Davies he admitted he had been drinking and "kicking an old man in the face", said Mr Dicken.
Nigel Dicken celebrated his return to the W&W County side after five years with a 21-10 success and he was ably supported by homesters Mich McGuiness 21-16 and Andy petford 21-17 to wrap up the points for the George.
Dicken, 26, of Princes Square, Wolverhampton admitted affray.
With skipper James Grieves sidelined with two broken fingers and Manuel Hauzinger still banned after going AWOL, Newcastle Diamonds are entitled to a guest replacement for the lower-averaged rider, so Dicken, always a 110% trier, will cover for the Austrian.
Dicken said: 'One trainer said this was the best bunch of kids seen through any of the racing colleges.
Her mother Sarah Dicken, 31, said, 'I picked Jessica up and I could see liquid on her coat which I thought was water.
Mark Dicken is one of these,drawn by the incredible atmosphere and colours that cloud these industrial spaces.
RETIRING after 44 years at a dental surgery in Coventry was painful for Christine Dicken, but the thought of holidays and more time with her family is cheering her up.
With two heats left, Sheffield were eight points ahead, but then Scott Smith and Lee Dicken produced a 5-1 to leave the match result wide open.
Police are interviewing the two claimants to try to decide who owns the money, which was recovered by Sandwell Council street cleaner Wilf Dicken, of Wednesbury.