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Dickson

[dik-suh n] /ˈdɪk sən/
noun
1.
Leonard Eugene, 1874–1954, U.S. mathematician.
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  • The preparation of the present volume has been undertaken by Mr. Dickson at my request.

    The Surrender of Napoleon Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland.
  • Briggs is in charge on the third floor front, and Dickson has the back rooms.

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  • Her words revealed to Dickson the preposterousness of the whole situation, and for all his anxiety he laughed.

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  • "And the only chickens in Hangtown are in that pie," declared Dickson proudly.

    The Cave of Gold Everett McNeil
  • "I'd want more than a look," and Mr. Dickson clenched both his hands.

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