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.
Manuel Fonseca, the contortionist, exploded in the bar-room of the Hotel Annandale, after refusing to drink with Duckworth.
In the eyes of the audience this apparent impromptu was always the ultimate scream, and the laughter and applause would compel the curtain up again to reveal Duckworth and an assistant stage-hand, as if caught by surprise, fanning the two belligerents with towels.
Duckworth, a Hoffman Estates Democrat, said she selected Lisa Childs Thomas as her guest to highlight the effect President Donald Trump's administration's public housing policies will have on beleaguered communities like Cairo.
Senator Tammy Duckworth is due to give birth in April.
Washington: Senator Tammy Duckworth, Democrat from Illinois, will become the first US senator to give birth while in that office when she delivers her second child this spring, she announced on Tuesday.
Tammy Duckworth will soon become the first senator to give birth while in office.
C [USA], Jan 24 (ANI): The United States Senator Tammy Duckworth announced on Tuesday that she is pregnant with her second child.
In a report accompanying the accounts, managing director Simon Duckworth said directors were pleased with the overall performance in the year and were looking forward to further improvements in the new financial year.
The bicameral bill will be introduced by Schneider in the House and Duckworth in the Senate, and would pay communities storing nuclear waste $15 per kilogram annually.
Liz Dawn was a wonderful actress and played Vera Duckworth brilliantly.