Jeremiah, died 1777, English astronomer and surveyor.: Compare Mason-Dixon line.
Willie, 1915–92, U.S. blues musician and record producer.
a city in N Illinois.
a male given name.
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How to use Dixon in a sentence
In 1939, there were only a little over 4,500 marriages, down from the record high of 16,054 in 1938, according to Dixon.How One Small Maryland Town Became the Marriage Capital of the East Coast in the Early 20th Century | Melissa August | February 11, 2021 | Time
This is not the first year Dixon has chosen to work a second job to buy gifts for students whose parents couldn’t afford to, she said, but the need is by far the greatest now.
So far, Dixon has earned more than $2,500 — enough to buy gifts for each student and their siblings, as well as a small holiday bonus for the 12 staff members who teach at the school.
Every time she earns $100, Dixon goes to Target to buy presents, which she keeps stacked in her office.
Dixon, 47, revs up her silver Kia Sorento in the school parking lot and makes her way to the first pickup location of the night.
Like Cohen, many of these casualties were white Democrats from below the Mason-Dixon Line.
Willie Dixon would serve as the key man in the glory years, but in the beginning it was Sammy Goldberg.The Stacks: How Leonard Chess Helped Make Muddy Waters | Alex Belth | August 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“I am not trying to mislead the court, My Lady,” Dixon answered.
“I view myself as an expert because my testimony has been accepted in court a number of times,” Dixon replied.
Dixon was presumably brought in to prove that the sounds could be easily confused.
She was built of cedar, and her lines and midship section are given in Dixon Kemp's 'Boat-sailing.'Yachting Vol. 2 | Various.
If his sphere had happened to range south of Mason and Dixon's line, he might, probably, have come within the scope of his vision.Select Speeches of Daniel Webster | Daniel Webster
Dixon was the only navigator who had crossed these waters, and none of his crew had landed.Celebrated Travels and Travellers | Jules Verne
Mr. Dixon began to overwhelm him with thanks, but he cut them short. 'The Heir of Redclyffe | Charlotte M. Yonge
She hung about Dixon for a minute or so, as if afraid and irresolute; then suddenly kissing her, she went quickly out of the room.North and South | Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
British Dictionary definitions for Dixon
Willie, full name William James Dixon. 1915–92, US blues musician, songwriter, and record producer, whose songs have been recorded by many other artists
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