- Edward Est·lin [est-lin] /ˈɛst lɪn/, e e cummings, 1894–1962, U.S. poet.
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Contemporary Examples of cummings
Cummings, however, has proven far more controversial and arguably less palatable than her contemporaries.
Cummings asks when I inform her in a hushed whisper how nervous I was to discuss these things when the office was so quiet.
This is when Cummings realized that it was time to debunk that “people like strong women” rumor.
For Cummings, who was born within an uptight intellectual haven, it was no wonder that he would grow out of that shell.This Week’s Hot Reads: Feb. 3, 2014
Charles Shafaieh, Jimmy So
February 3, 2014
Pickering and ARB co-chairman retired Navy Adm. Mike Mullen will testify before the committee September 19, Cummings noted.Congress: Hillary’s Benghazi Investigation Let Top Officials Escape Blame
September 15, 2013
Historical Examples of cummings
Mrs. Cummings, the speaker, was no ordinary woman of Western make.A Woman Tenderfoot
Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
You should have reprints by Burroughs, Cummings and Merritt.
Was this some more of her deductive reasoning, or had Cummings dropped a hint?
"He has," Cummings said neatly; and I felt as though something had slipped.
And as it is, you have to put up with what Cummings can land you with such pull as he has.
- Edward Estlin (ˈɛstlɪn), (preferred typographical representation of name e. e. cummings). 1894–1962, US poet