American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Fields, Dorothy 1905-1974. American lyricist whose song credits include "On the Sunny Side of the Street” (1930) and "The Way You Look Tonight” (1936), which won an Academy Award.
- Fields, W.C. Originally William Claude Dukenfield. 1880-1946. American entertainer known for his raspy voice, bulbous nose, and sardonic disposition. His films include My Little Chickadee (1940) and Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941).
- n. A surname.
- n. United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946)
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“Olympia Fields is also famous for its huge clubhouse with the distinctive 80-foot high, four-faced clock tower that has become the club's trademark.”
“He used the name "Fields" in their Facebook profile names.”
“My Little Chickadee (1940) Anyone who talks about American Comedy (and American eccentrics) without mentioning W.C. Fields is just not taking the whole thing seriously.”
“Stephin Merritt, the front man and creative force behind Magnetic Fields, is beloved by critics but largely unknown to the public.”
“Mr. D'Antoni said Mr. Fields is a "glue guy," the kind of unselfish and well-rounded player who holds a team together.”
“So when Shirley Strum Kenny, the president of Stony Brook University, where Fields is a professor and administrator, asked if there was anything she could do to help, Fields suggested a program to empower students to help their peers when they've had too much to drink.”
“Perhaps the best way to improve your effectiveness at work, according to entrepreneur Jonathan Fields, is to get your heart pumping.”
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“But because of "the perception that the leadership and quality of work" in Fields 'office are not as robust, there's little interest in moving there, the senators say.”
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