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Dekker

, Decker
Thomas. ?1572--?1632, English dramatist and pamphleteer, noted particularly for his comedy The Shoemaker's Holiday (1600) and his satirical pamphlet The Gull's Hornbook (1609)
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While his star was still in the ascendant, Thomas Dekker represented the Netherlands at the Athens Olympics and after turning professional, he won the Tirreno-Adriatico in 2006 and the Tour de Romandie the following year.
His sister Nikita said he was a "lovely person" and described Noone and Dekker as "scum".
The Dekker quarto's print record moreover indicates a great desire for speed, according to Greg and Fredson Bowers, with up to five different compositors used to produce different sections of the text.
5 180s 2pts 5-4 Betfair Lewis v Dekker Lewis leads 1-0 Okay Jackpot, we'll take you at your word.
Sam Dekker pretty much just crushed our dreams with that shot,'' Arizona guard T.
Pursuing these points, Bayman argues for Dekker developing the conventions of crime literature due to the emphasis he placed in his works on the implications of crime, namely the threat of prison and the gallows.
Here Dekker appropriates the moralist term of abuse toward players, inflecting and celebrating the debauchery, revelry, and carousing associated with the playhouse he wrote for.
Through Huygens's diary, Dekker allows his readers to ponder the Glorious Revolution, the uneasy Dutch-English relations (after three wars in recent years), the enigmatic kingstadt-holder, and the role of the royal court.
Leander Dekker explains, The experience we have with the reliability of Nilpeter presses is such, that it was a no-brainer for us to invest in yet another .
Yeovil star Norris trailed 4-2 but mounted a spectacular comeback to lead 5-4 before Dekker levelled.
In fact Nathalie den Dekker was also crowned Miss Universe Netherlands 2012 and represented her country at the Miss Universe 2012 pageant as well.
That is, the Fortunatus published in 1620 may derive not from Dekker's The Pleasant Comedie of Old Fortunatus, published in 1600, but from the lost Whole History of Fortunatus, which Dekker was paid to write and re-write in 1599.