American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dickerson, Eric Demetric Born 1960. American football player. A running back, mainly for the Los Angeles Rams (1983-1986) and the Indianapolis Colts (1987-1992), he led the National Football League in rushing 4 times and gained over 13,000 yards in 11 seasons.
- n. A patronymic surname.
- From a diminutive of Dick + -son. (Wiktionary)
“-- TE Dorin Dickerson -- Dickerson is a versatile player who played quarterback, wide receiver and TD/H-back for the Panthers.”
“He wasn't used much as a receiver when Dorin Dickerson emerged as a TE-H-back, but he is a strong blocker.”
“Weast also recommended that the school system keep open Monocacy Elementary School in Dickerson, even though enrollment at the school has fallen in the last decade.”
“Weast recommended that the school system keep open Monocacy Elementary School in Dickerson, even though enrollment at the school has fallen in the past decade.”
“And the Supreme Court has been pretty clear that Miranda doctrine is up to the Justices, not Congress: As the Court put it in Dickerson v. United States, 530 U.S.”
“The majority in Dickerson concluded that “Miranda announced a constitutional rule that Congress may not supersede legislatively.””
“If so, I can find where the court addressed that in Dickerson, can you provide more information?”
“The Supreme Court held in Dickerson that Miranda was a constitutional rule.”
“I see nothing in Dickerson to suggest that the Court would not or should not defer to such a law.”
“Heck, the federal statute in Dickerson was distinguishable from the state interrogation procedures invalidated in Miranda.”
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