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Simon F. Pauxtis - Coaching History - Dickinson College
... Pauxtis was the 12th head football coach for the Dickinson College Red Devils in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and he held that position for two seasons, from 1911 until 1912 ... His overall coaching record at Dickinson was 8 wins, 6 losses, and 2 ties ... This ranks him 13th at Dickinson in terms of total wins and seventh at Dickinson in terms of winning percentage ...
Spencer Dickinson
... Spencer Dickinson was a Blues project made up of Jon Spencer of Blues Explosion and Cody and Luther Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars ... They released two albums Spencer Dickinson CD (Toy's Factory, 2001, TFCK-87263) The Man Who Lives For Love CD (Yep Roc Records, 2006, YEP 2078) ...
Skunkworks Live Video - Track Listing
... All songs written and composed by Bruce Dickinson and Alex Dickson, except where noted ... Space Race Back from the Edge Tattooed Millionaire (Bruce Dickinson, Janick Gers) Inertia Faith Meltdown I Will Not Accept the Truth Laughing in the Hiding Bush Tears of ...
List Of Bruce Dickinson Band Members
... Bruce Dickinson is a heavy metal singer, whose career has spanned more than three decades ... In early 1989, Zomba asked Dickinson to do a track for the movie A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 The Dream Child, with a budget, a studio, and a producer, Chris Tsangarides ... Dickinson took up the opportunity and called an old friend of his, former Gillan guitarist, Janick Gers ...
Dickinson, Minnesota - History
... Dickinson was named for the farmer, A.C ... Dickinson, on whose land the townsite was situated ...

Famous quotes containing the word dickinson:

    How much can come
    And much can go,
    And yet abide the World!
    —Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    There’s plunder—where?
    Tankard, or spoon,
    Earring, or stone,
    A watch, some ancient brooch
    To match the grandmamma,
    Staid sleeping there.
    —Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    In winter, in my room,
    I came upon a worm,
    —Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)