from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Dekker, Thomas 1572-1632. English playwright whose comedy The Shoemaker's Holiday (1600) is notable for its vivid portrayal of daily life in London.
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- n. English dramatist and pamphleteer (1572-1632)
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Laura Dekker from the Netherlands is 13 years-old and wants to sail around the world alone to break a world record.
Sarah Connor star Thomas Dekker is in talks to star as a vocalist in MGM's Fame.
Rob Cohen, director of the upcoming The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, told Bloody-Disgusting that a remake of the 1987 classic Monsters Squad directed by Fred Dekker is in the works.
Thomas Dekker is a bit on the bland side, but then I was never very interested in John, and this is a story about Sarah, after all.
Thomas Dekker is a riot, sweet and truly charming both as John Connor and as all one thousand people he has roaming around inside his head.
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During a break from shooting, she swoops into an antiques shop called Dekker Antiquars on Spiegelgracht and spends $10,000 in what seems like seven minutes for a tiny ring, a pair of Art Nouveau earrings and a Victorian diamond bracelet.
It should be observed that both in this play and elsewhere passages occur in Day which seem to have been borrowed or stolen from or by other writers, such as Dekker and Samuel Rowley; but a charitable and not improbable explanation of this has been found in the known fact of his extensive and intricate collaboration.
Writer Laurence Cane-Honeysett called Dekker "reggae music’s first superstar" and described him as a pivotal figure "in the successful globalization of reggae."
Elizabethan drama, such as Dekker's "Content" (from the play of _Patient
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