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  1. W. C. William Claude Dukenfield, 1880–1946, U.S. vaudeville and motion-picture comedian.
  2. Dorothy, 1905–74, U.S. librettist and lyricist.


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  1. FieldsGracie18981979FEnglishMUSIC: popular singerTHEATRE: entertainer Dame Gracie . real name Grace Stansfield . 1898–1979, English popular singer and entertainer
  2. FieldsW. C.18801946MUSFILMS AND TV: actor W. C. real name William Claude Dukenfield . 1880–1946, US film actor, noted for his portrayal of comic roles

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“This response shows me we have nothing to lose by doing more of that,” Fields said.

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Facing the best offense among Power Five teams this season, OSU came into the game needing another big performance by Fields, plus a few stops by its defense.

“It just made me prepare more and prepare like I’ve never prepared before,” Fields said.

He is at Ohio State because Georgia chose Jake Fromm — who became a fifth-round NFL draft pick and is now a backup — as its starter over Fields, so Fields transferred.

Fields delivered another long touchdown strike in the fourth quarter, this time to freshman Jameson Williams for 45 yards.

The focus here was on how fast oil would come out of the Canadian fields.

Not long ago, a whole host of artists were plowing these fields—Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Johnny Winter.

She set a career nominations record with her 21st nod—all in the TV fields—for Best Actress in a Comedy for Nurse Jackie.

And so there has been a boom in placing solar fields on top of landfills.

Army cutworm moths, another major grizzly food source, summer in high elevation talus fields.

Sarah was standing on the porch again wiping her hands on her apron, looking away toward the fields.

Thy eye desireth favour and beauty, but more than these green sown fields.

The result was that some 40 rebels were killed, others taken prisoners, and the remainder escaped into the planted fields.

He commanded a regiment in the war of 1812, and was maimed for life in the battle of Chrystler's fields.

Beggars are not abundant; but women are required to labor quite extensively in the fields.





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