Guthrie


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Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
George J., English ophthalmologist, 1785-1856. See: Guthrie muscle.

Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
Robert, U.S. pediatrician, 1916-1995. See: Guthrie test.
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Dylan's original songs from the early 1960s also owe a considerable debt to Guthrie, and one of the two Dylan-penned tracks on his debut long-player was 'Song to Woody'.
Guthrie had known Geer since 1938; they often performed together during agricultural strikes and migrant workers' fundraisers in the Salinas and San Joaquin valleys.
She said the opportunities she's gained through Guthrie and NLM are allowing her to stay in Sudbury and pursue her career, rather than move down south.
The vision for the Guthrie came of course from Sir Tyrone Guthrie.
Guthrie, a registered sex offender who has a rape conviction in California, was questioned by police during the initial investigation, but there was no evidence linking him to the crime.
Guthrie was a great observer and his time in the Thirties roaming through the Dust Bowl states of Oklahoma and Texas (as John Steinbeck did) enabled him to write with a homespun authenticity, and a fine ear for dialect.
The Norman (Oklahoma) Transcript said that Guthrie had been "inaccurately characterized" as a communist.
Traditionally, Guthrie scholars have presented the folk singer's involvement with the Pacific Northwest federal dam-building project as universally praising.
Guthrie dropped out of high school, married, and had two children before leaving his family in Pampa to seek work in California like thousands of other Dust Bowl refugees.
Guthrie told the Chronicle: "We want to do even better in the second half of the season and stay where we are.
Guthrie said he has worked in the public, nonprofit and for-profit sectors on housing issues.
The first of a series of essays focuses on the genesis of Guthrie's most celebrated song, "This Land Is Your Land," and the controversy surrounding the two more radical verses of the lyrics that were mysteriously dropped by some performers in the 1950s (including Guthrie himself ).