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Hickok

James Butler, known as Wild Bill Hickok. 1837--76, US frontiersman and marshal
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His selection as the Hickok Belt(R) Award winner for the month of January 2018 recognizes Nick Foles as "the best of the best" in professional sports for the month and makes him the first candidate eligible to receive the overall Hickok Belt(R) Award winner for 2018.
DC Pan oedd Hickok yn farsial Abilene, daeth yr enwog Jesse a Frank James, disgynyddion William James (1754-1805) a hanai o Sir Benfro,[**gweler y nodyn ar ddiwedd y stori] ynghyd ag aelodau eraill eu giang i Abilene yn 1871, gan aros yng Ngwesty'r Drover's Cottage, adeilad ffram tri llawr ac ynddo 45 o ystafelloedd.
After decades of silence and tedious denial, two splendid books have arrived to celebrate Eleanor Roosevelt, Lorena Hickok, and their love for one another.
Hickok is a holding company serving markets including healthcare, education, automotive, aerospace, trucking, and petrochemical.
It has made our mountain family an even tighter knit group," Hickok continued.
One had Tutt pulling his gun and missing four times before Hickok calmly drew his cap-and-ball Navy Colt, rested it on his forearm, and drilled Tutt through the heart at a range of about 75 yards.
We actually say we have three seasons," Hickok says.
The relationship between Lorena Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt is poignantly explored in this intelligent love story with historical roots.
Hickok and Federal Hose expect to complete the transaction in the first half of calendar 2016, after satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including the approval of Hickok's shareholders.
The sequel to Walt Keene's gripping western "The Phantom Rider", Wild Bill Hickok and his two gun savvy friends, Tom Dix and Dan Shaw, are back--and so is the last of the albino terrorists Enio Gunn.
Myth-buster Hickok kicks away the inferential ladder to expose a reach that falls short of a grasp, wherein a simple simulation mechanism (mirror neuron behavior) that claimed to explain complex human behaviors, such as language, imitation, theory of mind, understanding, autism, failed to do so.
1876: James Butler, or Wild Bill Hickok, Marshal of the West, was shot dead by Jack McCall while playing poker in a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota.