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Tuck·er

(tŭk'ĕr),
Ervin Alden, U.S. obstetrician, 1862-1902. See: Tucker-McLean forceps.
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Tucker soon left them, having some clerical work which would not allow him to lunch at the Hall; and as they were re-entering the garden through the little gate, Mr.
said Mary, adjusting the tucker, and feigning unconsciousness, 'you seem to have grown very fond of it all at once.
Agnes and Catherine Johnstone were invited to take tea with some friends at Lowton last Thursday, and I gave them leave to put on clean tuckers for the occasion.
Preston Tucker and His Battle to Build the Car of Tomorrow
Tucker Development announced that it has hired Aaron M.
The name Sophie Tucker may not mean what it once did to American audiences, but this loving documentary about her life wants to change that.
LIVERPOOL comedian Tucker Chance is deadly serious when it comes to golf.
BOLTON - A familiar face on the Nashoba Regional High School sidelines during football games will be missing next season with the retirement of longtime coach Ken Tucker.
Larry Tucker filed income tax returns for 2000, 2001, and 2002 that reported tax due.
The mystery surrounding the rise and fall of the Tucker automobile company remains a fascinating piece of U.
WASHINGTON -- Kyle Tucker, a project leader with the Project Manager Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (PM DCATS) Product Manager, Defense Wide Transmission Systems (PM DWTS) at Ft.
For Helen Tucker, a member of Auxiliary Unit 16 in Jacksonville, N.