Dickie

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Simon Dickie
... Simon Dickie (born 31 March 1951 in Waverley, New Zealand) is a former New Zealand rowing cox who won 3 Olympic medals ... At the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico Dickie won the Gold medal in the coxed four along with Dick Joyce, Dudley Storey, Ross Collinge and Warren Cole ... Dickie is only one of ten New Zealanders to have won two or more olympic gold medals ...
Cystopteris Dickieana - Discovery and Victorian Collectors
... of its occurrence written by a pupil of Knight's, George Dickie ... Dickie also sent a live specimen to Robert Sim, a nurseryman from Kent, who believed it to be a new species and published his views in the 1848 edition of the ... In 1860 Dickie reported that the original colony had been extirpated from the yawn where its original discovery had occurred ...
Lean Mean Thirteen - Plot Summary
... Stephanie Plum is reunited yet again with her lawyer ex-husband, Dickie Orr, while doing a favour for Ranger ... When Dickie is later discovered missing from his apartment under some rather violent circumstances, Stephanie becomes the prime suspect in his apparent murder ... While trying to prove her innocence she and Ranger uncover Dickie's ties to the partners in his law firm, who appear to be involved in everything from money laundering to drug running ...
Christmas Alphabet
... a #1 hit in the United Kingdom for the singer Dickie Valentine ... Bill Haley His Comets UK Singles Chart Number 1 single Dickie Valentine 8 December 1955 for 3 weeks Succeeded by "Rock Around the Clock" by Bill Haley His Comets UK Christmas ...
Matthew Dickie
... Matthew Dickie (19 August 1873 – 30 December 1959) was a Scottish professional football player who is best known for his time with Rangers ... Dickie made his Rangers debut against St ... Dickie won four League championships, 3 Scottish Cups, 5 Glasgow Cups and represented Scotland three times ...

More definitions of "dickie":

  • (noun): A man's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the front of a shirt.
    Synonyms: dickey, dicky, shirtfront