Duckworth


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Duck·worth

(duk'wŏrth),
Sir Dyce, English physician, 1840-1928. See: Duckworth phenomenon.
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Even the hardiest of them heartily disliked the turn and the man, although Duckworth, and Duckworth's Trained Cats and Rats, were an invariable popular success.
"Trained rats!" Manuel Fonseca, the contortionist, exploded in the bar-room of the Hotel Annandale, after refusing to drink with Duckworth. "Doped rats, believe me.
The boxing match, sure always of a great hand from the audience, invariably concluded Duckworth's turn.
And, as Miss Merle Merryweather said: the bonehead audiences, tickled to death, applauded Duckworth's Trained Cats and Rats as an educational act!
Senator Tammy Duckworth delivered remarks Friday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Illinois 98th State Convention, emphasizing the importance of recognizing veterans' sacrifices not just on Veterans Day, but every other day of the year too.
Mercer Global Advisors has announced it has promoted Kara Duckworth, CFP and CDFA, to the new position of Managing Director of Client Experience, the company said.
Former champion Rafa Nadal showed no signs of discomfort from his thigh strain as he sailed through to the second round of the Australian Open with a 6-4 6-3 7-5 win over local hope James Duckworth on Monday.
Angela Duckworth's Grit is an encouraging book on the theory of passion and perseverance being the paramount qualities of success in one's chosen field.
The answer, says psychologist Dr Angela Duckworth, is not innate talent but grit -- a combination of passion and perseverance for a singularly important goal.
Concord Capital is the acquisition and development company of industry veterans Ted Duckworth, Breck Hines and John Michael Holtmann.