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Dekker

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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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But rest assured, Dekker said, the whale never closed its jaws on the sea lion which was probably very shaken by the experience but managed to swim away.
This concept brings us to the heart of Dekker's portrayal of the Austrian economists.
Dekker headed back to Holland last night with the security of a second-round tie against Mervyn King on Thursday in his hand luggage.
Dekker, 24, averaged 4.2 points and 2.4 rebounds in 12.1 minutes per game in 2017-18.
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.
(22) Pageantry whose design and scripting had been awarded as commissions to Ben Jonson and Thomas Dekker accompanied each arch.
His sister Nikita said he was a "lovely person" and described Noone and Dekker as "scum".
"Gary is winning a lot, Michael is winning everything, Phil will be there - they don't talk about me any more," said Lewis, who's 1-6 to see off Dekker. "But I prefer it that way."
Dekker missed six darts at a double when he might have gone 2-1 up, and Adams, who last won the title in 2011, punished him.
On his record 22nd appearance at world level, Wolfie, 58, beat Dutchman Dekker 3-1 in the curtainraiser to the BDO world darts championships.
On his record 22nd appearance at world level Adams, 58, beat Dutchman Dekker 3-1 in the curtain-raiser to the BDO World Championships.
Bayman suggests that, unlike pamphlets by Robert Greene, which reported and described rogues' actions in the authorial voice of a concerned magistrate or citizen, Dekker s pamphlets about rogues were more 'ambivalent' (p.