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Examples from the Web for dix
Johnson and Downey acted as security, keeping an eye on cops who they apparently thought would recognize Dix and their group.
Dix, a founding member of the RCP, spoke in a flowing diatribe as we walked amid the crowd that night.
"So 'm I," gasped Mrs. Dix, sinking down on the roadside grass.The Wrong Woman
Charles D. Stewart
Governor Dix doesn't say anything; but Governor Wilson says enough for both.
By all means,” cried Dix, “and knock it down to the highest bidder.Sappers and Miners
George Manville Fenn
Miss Dix regards her army work but as an episode in her career.
The only question Miss Dix asked, was, "Are you ready to work?"