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  • Rummy Dummy is one of the head neocon nazi slave traders of PNAC.

    Think Progress » New Report: Rumsfeld ‘Personally Involved’ In Torture Allegations at Gitmo

  • Baseball fans may not know the name Dummy Hoy but his century-old record - the Washington Senators outfielder threw out three base runners at home plate in one inning - still stands.

    AllDeaf.com

  • "Dummy" -- the shining mark for every schoolboy trick and joke; with his shock of yellow hair, his weak cross eyes, his sharp nose, thin lips, and shambling, shuffling, shifting manner -- poor "Dummy."

    Their Yesterdays

  • They will watch it because William Ellsworth Hoy - he preferred the nickname "Dummy" - is best known as the deaf ballplayer who introduced hand signals to major league baseball.

    AllDeaf.com

  • Playing a deaf girl in a drama-documentary called Dummy in 1977.

    Portrait of the artist: Geraldine James, actor

  • Another figure who intrigued Ray was a deaf mute named Robert Weddle, whom everybody called Dummy.

    Raymond Carver

  • Speaking of the Octopus -- I believe the baddie to the left of the Dummy is The Squid.

    Week 25: The Sudden Return of the Unreliable Narrator

  • And then, there was the boy with the freckled face and tangled hair, whose nose seemed always trying to peep into his own mischief lighted eyes as though wishing to see what new deviltry was breeding there: and his crony, who never could learn the multiplication table, who was forever swearing vengeance on the teacher, whose clothes were always torn, and who carried frogs and little snakes in his pockets: and the timid boys who always played in one corner of the yard by themselves or with the girls or stood by and watched, with mingled admiration and envy, the games and pranks of the bolder lads: and "Dummy" -- poor

    Their Yesterdays

  • Vava, whom you whites call the Dummy, is dead, too.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • The very personage whom he had called a Dummy, only bound to do as he was told!

    Temporal Power

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