Some articles on dusty:
... When she got back, Dusty was in the hotel room, having heard about her return and demanding Johnny back ... Dusty found himself unable to be angry with Lucy, and he made plans with her to flee from Oakdale as soon as Johnny recovered ... ago, he later overheard a conversation between his daughter and Dusty, discussing their plan to flee Oakdale ...
... Dusty, Kirby, Ralph First appearance Balto III Wings of Change Portrayed by Charity James (Dusty) Carl Weathers (Kirby) Bill Fagerbakke (Ralph ... group (but he's younger than Star) and Dusty the youngest of the group ... Dusty is the only female in this group ...
... The Rust-eze Brothers, Rusty and Dusty, are the spokescars and owners of Rust-Eze, the team that sponsors Lightning and that gave him his "big break ... Rusty is a 1963 Dodge Dart and Dusty, a 1964 Dodge A100 ... Rusty and Dusty are voiced by real-life brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (respectively) of National Public Radio's Car Talk, using that programme's closing line "...and don ...
... Dusty is home of Wylie Gustafson, leader of the musical group Wylie The Wild West ... Coming from an extremely small community, this group has performed at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, The National Folk Festival, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, on A Prairie Home Companion, the National Lentil Festival and on the Grand Ole Opry ...
... Dusty – The Original Pop Diva is an Australian jukebox musical based on the life of Dusty Springfield ... Dusty received its world premiere on 12 January 2006 at the State Theatre of the Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia ...
Famous quotes containing the word dusty:
“Ah, what a dusty answer gets the soul
When hot for certainties in this our life!”
—George Meredith (18281909)
“Though dissenters seem to question everything in sight, they are actually bundles of dusty answers and never conceived a new question. What offends us most in the literature of dissent is the lack of hesitation and wonder.”
—Eric Hoffer (19021983)
“Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
To the last syllable of recorded time,
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)