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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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The Wildcats twice got within five points in the last 21/2 minutes, but both times Dekker connected on arcing 3-pointers, narrowly beating the shot clock on the first one.
Our first encounter was a very large photo of Dekker on the wall of the entranceway to the Lebak governmental building.
Social workers argued Dekker is too young to weigh up the dangers of the two-year voyage, and psychologists believe the isolation it involves would be damaging at an important time for a young girl's development.
The court said Dekker, an experienced sailor who was born at sea on her parents' yacht in New Zealand, could remain living with her father, who will share custody with the state.
While the Northern Ontario School of Medicine is already looking at various plants in the area for their own medical applications, Dekker says there will be no overlap as the BRI is concentrating on bacteria and fungi for those purposes.
Roger came to me twelve, almost thirteen years ago, and said 'I have this vision, I would like to do this'," recalls Dekker.
Wells analyzes in a meticulous and illuminating fashion the contributions of Shakespeare and Dekker (among others) to Sir Thomas More.
Dekker was born on July 16, 1941 in Kingston, Jamaica, and started working life as a welder before singing full-time.
Colin Bell, who booked Dekker for the Coventry event, said: "I was flabbergasted when I heard the news of Desmond's death.
In general a soil is considered to be water repellent if the WDPT exceeds 5 s (Bond and Harris 1964; DeBano 1981; Dekker 1998).
Encyclopedia of Medical Genomics and Proteomics Jurgen Fuchs, Mauriziio Podda New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc.
Dust off your pork pie hats and polish your Clarks shoes until you've achieved a mirrorball shine - the king of ska Desmond Dekker plays Cardiff tonight.