- Edwin (Walter),1891–1978, U.S. landscape and still-life painter.
- Emily (Elizabeth),1830–86, U.S. poet.
- John,1732–1808, U.S. statesman and publicist.
- a town in W North Dakota.
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Examples from the Web for dickinson
Dickinson did this as a game and a test—she loved riddles and turned herself into a riddle wrapped in her own lines.Sor Juana: Mexico’s Most Erotic Poet and Its Most Dangerous Nun
November 8, 2014
Gary Cohen is executive vice president at BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co.) and the founder of Together for Girls.How Your Company Can End Violence Against Girls
October 9, 2014
Faulkner, Whitman, and Dickinson did not labor in vain; their books live on, horizontally, stacked like bricks in a display case.A Teacher Returns to the Classroom and Gets Schooled
September 1, 2014
What would Dickinson do if Jones wanted to work in his unnamed strip club?
"I saw what Kendall Jones was doing and learned about her and just throughout she was a terrible person," Dickinson said.
So Corona was sent to school; but not, as it befell, to Miss Dickinson's.
"I seek no such recognition, sir," said Miss Dickinson stiffly.
She was easy in mind, since Miss Dickinson's canaries would be delivered.
I told Mr. Dickinson then of your having called on the Friday.'Real Ghost Stories
William T. Stead
Jackson's words were carried to Dickinson, as it appears he had intended.Hidden Treasures
Harry A. Lewis
- Emily. 1830–86, US poet, noted for her short mostly unrhymed mystical lyrics
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