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dung

a. excrement, esp of animals; manure
b. (as modifier): dung cart
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AP) -- Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy and his siblings have kicked off a campaign to raise $1 million to establish Jackson Community College's first endowed chair in honor of their late father.
Recently, Dungy joined the American Diabetes Association as spokesperson for the African American Program and School Walk for Diabetes campaign that is being conducted at more than 20 central Indiana schools.
The midfielder took one touch before driving the ball low and hard across Dungy.
Tony Dungy urged Kaplan University's winter 2012 graduates to pursue their dreams.
Dungy remembers a scouting trip to New Orleans with Noll during which they hit many memorable restaurants and jazz spots.
After graduating from Oregon, Dungy would be eligible to play for the Bulls this fall.
Dungy, of course, had his own personal reason for satisfaction, becoming the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl.
When Colts boss Dungy entered the NFL in 1981, there were only 15 black assistants among the league's mass of coaches.
TONY DUNGY will find out what the season holds for his Indianapolis Colts team on Thanksgiving weekend.
Dungy, executive director of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, which represents about 11,000 student affairs officials.
However, Indy's golden run ended at 13 as San Diego beat them soundly at home, and they also lost to Seattle while head coach Tony Dungy took time off to deal with the death of his teenage son.
See "Star Poets and Poet Stars" by poet-on-the-rise Samantha Thornhill, page 26 and "South Carolina: The Poetry State" by poet and teacher Camille Dungy, page 28.