- DavidDavy, 1786–1836, U.S. frontiersman, politician, and folklore hero.
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Examples from the Web for crockett
Crockett went to get him but then decided to let him remain "dead."Snowden Is a Spy
June 24, 2013
Crockett says Dow Jones appears to be thinking “about creeping down the road towards Bloomberg.”At Dow Jones, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Bloomberg
July 1, 2012
And there are the parts of Florida that Crockett and Tubbs never quite got to, up in the northern sticks.Michael Tomasky: Newt’s Racist Surge May Sink Romney in South Carolina
January 19, 2012
I will take a solitary story from Mr. Crockett's 'Stickit Minister.'
Anybody but Mr. Crockett can see where the point of the story lies.
I see Crockett and Gibbs, two of the committee, with the fellows.Frank Merriwell's Races
Burt L. Standish
Take Crockett into some other bedroom, not his own, and let your son look after him.
At this time the historian of Crockett falls on a curious difficulty.The Way to the West
- David, known as Davy Crockett. 1786–1836, US frontiersman, politician, and soldier
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