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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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But it must be remembered that once Dickinson recognized that England had sealed her own fate by rejecting American attempts to peacefully resolve their disputes, he became one of only two contemporary members of Congress to enlist in the army (the other soldier-legislator was Thomas McKean, also of Delaware).
Dickinson was born in August 1941 to Eugenie Gulesserian, the daughter of Armenian textile trader Hrant Gulesserian.
Dickinson, of Oswald Street, Sunderland, pleaded guilty to conveying contraband into prison at Exeter Crown Court in September.
Effective from October 2017, Womble Bond Dickinson will have more than 420 partners and 1,000 lawyers across eight offices in the UK and 15 offices in the US.
The dreariness that Dickinson describes comes from the frog's intermittent croaking that is only heard by the bog within which it lives.
When Dickinson is just 1,000 feet shy of the summit, his climbing sherpa, Pasang, falls ill and decides to turn around.
Critique: Painting a complex portrait of gifted poet Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), this anthology of testimonies from Dickinson's peers and compatriots offers an eye-opening glimpse into her world.
According to Dickinson, he spent a lot of time finding all these locations, by foot, by car or online.
After making his verbal threats, Dickinson then allegedly struck the school's principal, Eric Anderson, in the face after Dickinson was confronted about his behavior, according to school district spokeswoman Kerry Delf.
In actuality, the professor argues, Dickinson was a product of her time.
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.
Two recent studies of Emily Dickinson bring innovative approaches to bear on the poet's work while also extending ongoing critical discussions of her poetry.