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Dickinson obtained his undergraduate degree from the UC Berkeley where he lettered in varsity basketball. He received his law degree from UCLA Law School in 1976. He lives in the Woodlake neighborhood of Sacramento.

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Personal Life - History
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Personal Life - Sociology
... The notion of a personal life, as now understood, is in part a creation of modern Western society ... times, many people have come to think of their personal lives as separate from their work ... The concept of personal life also tends to be associated with the way individuals dress, the food they eat, their schooling and further education as well as their hobbies ...
Keith Jackson - Biography - Personal
... On the subject of writing a book, Jackson has admitted that he's considered it, but joked that he would only sit down and work on one if he were to ever lose his golf swing. ...
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Young Women (organization) - In The Church Today - Personal Progress
... All young women are encouraged to participate in the organization's Personal Progress program ... Personal Progress is a goal-setting and achievement program, the stated purpose of which is to help each young woman Know she is a daughter of God ...

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