Drake may refer to:
Other articles related to "drake":
... Drake is a rural Saskatchewan village that lies just west of highway 20, approximately 11 KM (7 miles) south of its intersection with the Yellowhead Highway ... Drake is mostly a farming community, supported by the crops and livestock of the surrounding farms ... However, several successful large-scale businesses, Drake Meat Processors and Bergen Industries, were founded in and operate from the village, keeping it from becoming a loose ...
... From 1987 to 2003, Drake did not have a winning season in men's basketball ... four coaches, none of whom finished with a winning coaching record at Drake ... Drake would suspend four players at winter semester break due to their not abiding by the school's 2.0 GPA rule (NCAA requires 1.8) ...
... Drake is an English musician, keyboardist, pianist, composer and singer-songwriter ... cousin of the English singer-songwriter Nick Drake ...
... The Drake Bulldogs men's basketball team represents Drake University, located in Des Moines, Iowa, in NCAA Division I basketball competition ... Davis, who left for Providence after one season as head coach at Drake, in which the Bulldogs finished 28-5 and Davis won multiple national Coach of the Year awards ...
... affluent and prosperous mixed-use neighborhood west of downtown Omaha, the Drake Court Apartments and the Dartmore Apartments were built between 1916-1921 by William B ... Drake, a prolific builder who held more than four million dollars worth of apartments throughout Omaha in 1925 ... throughout a mixed-use neighborhood, Drake Court was once a highly-desired property ...
Famous quotes containing the word drake:
“Believe me, if a man doesnt know death, he doesnt know life.”
—William A. Drake (19001965)
“Forever float that standard sheet!
Where breathes the foe but falls before us,
With Freedoms soil beneath our feet,
And Freedoms banner streaming oer us!”
—Joseph Rodman Drake (17951820)
“The advantage of time and place in all practical actions is half a victory; which being lost is irrecoverable.”
—Francis, Sir Drake (15401596)