American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Merrick, David 1912-2000. American theatrical producer whose many successful Broadway productions include Becket (1960) and Hello Dolly! (1965).
- n. A surname.
“Dakota Merrick is a machine head, a human with implants that were made illegal after a terrible attack that killed many innocent humans.”
“Not to mention Merrick is strong and though her heart is mixed I think she makes the right choice in the end.”
“The setting of Merrick had to be New Orleans, and I feel that Merrick is a very special New Orleans character.”
“Merrick is asking for character suggestions, so if you know of any be sure to add them to the list.”
“By way of the Feminist SF blog, Helen Merrick is compiling a database of fictional representations of female scientists.”
“Merrick is sensaional new character and I can wait to hear more about her in rice's future novels.”
“For those who have read both of Rice's Vampire Chronicles and Tales of the Mayfair Witches there are some subtle threads in Merrick that can be appreciated.”
“Was the sister's name Merrick, too, or was she married?" asked Sam.”
“Sam, do you think it is the fellow called Merrick?" he exclaimed.”
“She visited Neverland Ranch and went over just about every rumor that had been thrown at him, including his gradually whitening skin and whether he owned the bones of John Merrick aka the "Elephant Man".”
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