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Dickinson,

city (1990 pop. 16,097), seat of Stark co., SW N.Dak., on the Heart River; inc. 1919. It is a processing and shipping center for a livestock, dairy, and wheat region, as well as a service center for the Williston Basin oil industry. Dickinson State Univ. and state experimental livestock and agricultural stations are in the city.

Dickinson

Emily. 1830--86, US poet, noted for her short mostly unrhymed mystical lyrics
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There are amazing rock formations and features to fly my wingsuit around," Dickinson added.
Jailing Dickinson, Judge Brian Forster, at Newcastle Crown Court told him: "This offence was outrageous.
Groomed by his parents, Tony and Monica Dickinson, he was champion amateur jump jockey and had a spell as a professional before taking over the licence at Dunkeswick near Harewood from his father in 1980.
As the incident unfolded, Dickinson eventually was released and left the school grounds on his bicycle, police said.
Becton Dickinson is free to file an appeal against the judgment of the Regional Court Dusseldorf.
The Gateshead show boasts three title fights for a trio of Tyneside boxers Jon-Lewis Dickinson, Robert Craig Dixon and Lewis Scott.
The win takes Dickinson through to the final of Channel 5's televised MaxiNutrition Knockout tournament and a showdown with Leeds' British champion Bob Ajisafe - the only man to beat him in 18 paid outings - on September 27.
Freedman begins by taking seriously the Puritan heritage and atmosphere of the Amherst in which Dickinson grew up, steeped as it was with the thought of the orthodox Puritan Jonathan Edwards and emerging liberal, Unitarian tradition of William Channing.
Private to the core, Dickinson may or may not have welcomed this posthumous introduction to the world.
Mr Dickinson, 90, who is one of the original founders of Longley Farm, received an engraved glass water jug to mark his incredible success.