Dickey

Dicky, Dickey, Dickie, or plurals may refer to:

  • Dickey (garment), a type of false shirt-front
  • Dicky (name), and persons with the name
  • Dickey (name), and persons with the name
  • Dickie (name), and persons with the name
  • Dickies, a brand of clothing
  • The Dickies, a musical group
  • USS Dicky (SP-231), a boat
  • Trunk (automobile), a storage space in a car


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... Good Time Feeling" (Dickey Betts) - 431 "Atlanta's Burning Down" (Billy Ray Reynolds) - 433 "Leavin' Me Again" (Dickey Betts, Dan Toler) - 417 "Back on the Road ... Blues Man" (Dickey Betts, Curtis Buck) - 412 ...
Tony Crunk - Work
... In the foreword, James Dickey noted that these poems spoke of a "quest" for a spiritual home, which Dickey located in the American South, the art being ... In a lengthy review of Crunk's work, critic Vincent King states that Dickey's conception of Crunk's art is a misreading (perhaps caused by Dickey's failing health in 1994), and that rather the tension between Crunk's ...
Basil Dickey
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Famous quotes containing the word dickey:

    I am not afraid for my father—
    Look! He is grinning; he is not
    Afraid for my life, either,
    —James Dickey (b. 1923)

    Here they are. The soft eyes open.
    If they have lived in a wood
    It is a wood.
    If they have lived on plains
    It is grass rolling
    Under their feet forever.
    —James Dickey (b. 1923)

    sailing
    In sunlight smiling under their goggles swapping batons back and
    forth
    And He who jumped without a chute and was handed one by a diving
    Buddy.
    —James Dickey (b. 1923)