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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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During a sentencing hearing last Friday the court heard that Dickinson's drug problems stemmed from childhood issues.
Dickinson: I'm always trying to learn better ways, or more effective ways, to motivate people--whether it's in my wrestling coaching or it's at work.
While still an amateur, Dickinson fought Bellew in the 2005 senior ABA final.
Emily Dickinson's affinity with the Eastern aesthetic and indebtedness to Eastern influences as a subject of study in Dickinson scholarship is finding momentum.
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The increased presence will allow Dickinson Fleet Services to expand on-site mobile fleet services and provide a complement of new shop facilities while servicing current customers with greater resources.
But nervous Dickinson got cold feet at the last moment as she was entering the prison, and tried to stash the items in a locker.
And now the gifted British film director Terence Davies has stepped into the breach with his biopic A Quiet Passion, using some but not all of what we know about Dickinson: that, for instance, she was born in 1830 to a prominent family deeply involved in the welfare of Amherst College, where first her father and then her brother served as treasurer.
But something was wrong with Pasang, Dickinson's Sherpa guide and sole climbing partner for the last leg of the ascent.