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1. a folding outside seat at the rear of some early cars
2. Indian an enclosed compartment of a car for holding luggage, etc., usually at the rear
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As reported by Streamline Publishing'sRadio Ink,Lew Dickey admitted that forcing down rules from the Cumulus C-Suite was a mistake.
Late Friday, the State Republican Executive Committee approved a 2019 budget that includes a $150,000 salary for the chairman, James Dickey. The budget passed on a voice vote that drew audible opposition but not enough to defeat it.
A few months earlier, in an interview with National Public Radio, Dickey, a Republican, had expressed regret for what had become known as the Dickey Amendment.
According to company officials, the sausages from Dickey's Barbecue Pit are high-quality, competitively priced and easy to prepare at home.
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The Complete Poems of James Dickey. U of South Carolina P.
In "Homage to the Unburied" (March/April 2014), Laurence Lieberman claims that James Dickey "surely was familiar with Whitman's masterpiece 'The Sleepers' when he penned his own poem 'Sleepers.'" Maybe so.
Ten students had signed up for what they thought would be James Dickey's last class, Verse Composition, the deathbed sessions.
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Dickey, Jr., 90, of Glen Dale, WV, died December 13, 2012 at the Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston, WV.