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Dick, Kerr's Ladies F.C. - Later History
... The teams' name changed to Preston Ladies F.C ... in the latter part of the 1920s and carried on playing until 1965 ...
Donlavey Racing - Driver History
... Oliver (1972) Jimmy Hensley (1972-1974) Dick Brooks (1972, 1975, 1977-1978, 1983-1984) Fred Lorenzen (1972) Ramo Stott (1972-1973) Bobby Isaac (1972 ... Follmer (1974) Kenny Brightbill (1975) Earl Ross (1975) Dick May (1975) Buck Baker (1976) Gene Felton (1976) Christine Beckers (1977) Ricky Rudd (1979) Ken Schrader (1985-19 ...
Paul Dick
... Paul Wyatt Dick, PC (born October 27, 1940) is a lawyer and former Canadian politician ... in Kapuskasing, Ontario, the son of Wyatt Dick and Constance Grace Harrison, and educated in Arnprior, Port Hope, at the University of Western Ontario and the University ... Dick was called to the Ontario bar in 1969 ...
Coleman Medal - Leading Goalkicker Medal
92 1939 Ron Todd Collingwood 1938 ... Ron Todd Collingwood 1937 ... Dick Harris Richmond 1936 ... Bill Mohr St Kilda 1935 ... Bob Pratt South Melbourne 1934 ... Bob Pratt South Melbourne 1933 ... Gordon Coventry ...
Over The Edge Vol. 4: Dick Vaughn's Moribund Music Of The '70s
... Dick Vaughn's Moribund Music Of The '70s is a collection of recordings edited from a wealth of material broadcast on KPFA's Over the Edge radio show, hosted by ... character that has made many appearances on Over The Edge, that of radio personality Dick Vaughn ... kind of corporate station one would hear at the time, hosted by Dick Vaughn, and performed with Negativland's typical tongue-placed-in-cheek ...

Famous quotes containing the word dick:

    Science fiction writers, I am sorry to say, really do not know anything. We can’t talk about science, because our knowledge of it is limited and unofficial, and usually our fiction is dreadful.
    —Philip K. Dick (1928–1982)

    Drug misuse is not a disease, it is a decision, like the decision to step out in front of a moving car. You would call that not a disease but an error of judgment.
    —Philip K. Dick (1928–1982)