Dickie. born 1931, English Rugby Union footballer: halfback for England (1956–62) and the British Lions (1959–62)
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How to use Jeeps in a sentence
“First we targeted the tanks and the Jeeps with IEDs,” he said mechanically, as if recalling a combat briefing.
The players made their way up the dirt road to the prison in a jolly convoy of dusty Jeeps and Land Cruisers.Pablo Escobar’s Private Prison Is Now Run by Monks for Senior Citizens | Jeff Campagna | June 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Jeeps that were made in America and sold to the Chinese will now be made in China and sold to the Chinese.
Around 12 Israeli army Jeeps entered Jenin before dawn and detained Abed al-Halim Ezz al-Din after raiding his home.Activists Target 'National Proirity' List Inclduing Record Number of Settlements | Orly Halpern | August 8, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The 36-year-old father-of-two saw four Jeeps full of hostages blown up by Algerian troops.
He saw many moon-Jeeps gathered near, as if most of the population of Lunar City had been gathered to watch this event.Operation: Outer Space | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
There was some story in one of the papers that you had been interested in shipping Jeeps down to Cuba.
There was even a Government article that they would need Jeeps.
I don't recall what it was, but I never had the facilities or the capabilities of knowing where to get Jeeps.
Jeeps, trucks, and private cars were moving out of the area, haste evident in their spinning wheels and hunched drivers.The Scarlet Lake Mystery | Harold Leland Goodwin