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Dempsey

Jack. real name William Harrison Dempsey. 1895--1983, US boxer; world heavyweight champion (1919--26)
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"I knew it, Dempsey," she said, as her eyes grew dull even in their tears.
General Dempsey's nomination places Afghanistan at risk.
THOUGH HE BEAT Jack Dempsey decisively the two times they met in the ring, was undefeated as a heavyweight, and retired as heavyweight champion, Gene Tunney is often forgotten when today's era of fight fans or others discuss the greatest heavyweights.
Jill Dempsey is a successful business founder and investor who has experienced her fair share of the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur.
TRAINER Jim Goldie yesterday expressed his relief at being cleared of breaching the non-trier rule after a disciplinary hearing at which the panel questioned the reliability of evidence given by stipendiary steward Alan Dempsey.
Second Circuit Judge Angela Dempsey has been ordered to appear before the Florida Supreme Court to be publicly reprimanded for campaign conduct violations during her 2008 campaign.
Web site designer Shon Dempsey opened his own company, Dempsey Design, July 27.
Dempsey as managing director of its Project Management Division.
When he took a job in 1985 as a correctional officer at the Missouri State Penitentiary, 21-year-old Michael Dempsey did not expect it to lead to a satisfying career.
BASF Corporation announced that it has extended Canadian distributorship of its full line of resins to Dempsey Corporation.
Rosie Bonner, 39, was working at Binns in Middlesbrough town centre when crazed knifeman Paul Anthony Dempsey entered the store and launched the unprovoked attack.