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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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Keen to get the lowdown on Enobakhare's situation, we caught up with BirminghamLive's Wolves writer Alex Dicken.
Mr Dicken added: "We are hoping the town values the carnival enough to step up and lend a hand.
Andrew Dicken, who said he'd had only one pint of lager, left regulars at the Bulls Head Hotel in Sale terrified after swinging the potentially-lethal tool 'indiscriminately' around the bar.
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TALENTED teenagers Erin Green and Helena Dicken struck gold for Loughborough and District Table Tennis League in the English Leagues Cup competitions finals.
GA Telesis, LLC ("GAT") has appointed Dave Dicken as Vice President of its Airframe Solutions Group ("ASG"), the company said.
Esta manana nos hemos despertado con una triste noticia: el maestro Dicken Castro se ha marchado para siempre.
WITH the cut of a ribbon, the PS1.2m Butterwick Hospice was officially opened in July 1997 by founder and life president, Mary Butterwick, and chairman of trustees, Albert Dicken.
IKirkdale's Callum Makin, Everton Red Triangle's Luke Dickins and Salisbury's Ryan Dicken all collected gold in Grantham last Saturday evening.
In another new GAO report, on the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP) program, John Dicken, a GAO director, says CMS developed a formal "escalation plan" framework for handling CO-OP problems in November 2014.
Targeting undergraduate, graduates, researchers, policy makers, and people in business, Dicken aims to bring clarity to often conflicting and confusing debates about globalization and to show how the global economy works and what its effects are, as he separates reality from hype.
"In 2014, Oman exported OMR19.5 million to Germany, which showed an increase of 2.8 per cent compared to the preceding year, while Germany's exports to the Sultanate totalled OMR281.6 million, down by 7.6 per cent," said Franz-Josef Dicken, deputy head of mission at the German Embassy, who cited figures from Germany Trade and Invest (GTAI).