American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dubinsky, David 1892-1982. Russian-born American labor leader who was president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (1932-1966).
“I don’t think you can overestimate the importance of having Walter Reuther and David Dubinsky from the Auto Workers and the International Labor Garment Workers union there.”
“Note 21: See: Backhouse, Petticoats and Prejudice; Cullum and Baird, "'A Woman's Lot '"; Dubinsky, "'Maidenly Girls'"; and Edwards, Female Sexuality. back”
“In particular, Dubinsky cited the closing weeks of the 2007-08 regular season as an example of Jagr's greatness: He basically came to me and said, 'We've got to make sure we're the best every night.”
“Truthfully, when he wanted to be the best, he could be the best," said Rangers forward Brandon Dubinsky, who as a rookie played on a line with Jagr in 2007-08.”
“Brandon Dubinsky scored his first goal in 17 games, and Marian Gaborik added his third goal in two games as the Rangers beat the Islanders, 4-2, on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.”
“Dubinsky's goal was his first since Nov. 11 against Carolina and just his second this season.”
“He's also assembled a young core of Derek Stepan, Brandon Dubinsky, Marc Staal and Ryan Callahan, among others.”
“Gaborik slammed home a rebound of a Brandon Dubinsky shot to tie the game at 2 during a 5-on-3 power play.”
“Left wing Brandon Dubinsky scored 24 goals in 77 games last season; he has six in 50 games this season.”
“Salary cap website capgeek.com says the Rangers are currently $15.9 million under the cap, and big-money rulings on stars like Dubinsky and Callahan could force another round of contract buyouts for some older Rangers.”
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