from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Tucker, Richard 1914?-1975. American tenor who performed with the New York Metropolitan Opera from 1945 to 1975.
- Tucker, Sophie 1884-1966. Russian-born American entertainer known for her flamboyant vaudeville performances and her signature tune, "Some of These Days.”
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A south-western English occupational surname; equivalent to Fuller.
- proper n. A male given name, modern transferred use of the surname.
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Justin Tucker is capable of a big season handling both the punting and kicking chores.
LYDEN: Cynthia Tucker is a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist and blogger for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Cynthia Tucker is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and columnist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Lisa Tucker is another great speaker; she writes YA that easily morphs into women's lit.
Amy Tucker is a pharmaceutical sales rep from Greenwood, South Carolina, and she was one of the first and most enthusiastic pregnant hunters I found (that's her with the binoculars).
Cynthia Tucker is a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist and blogger from the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Mary Kate Cary is a former speech writer for President George W. Bush.
MARTIN: Cynthia Tucker is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and columnist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Doherty mentions, for example, that when World War I began, anarchist Benjamin Tucker shocked everyone who still remembered he was alive by backing the French.
Associated Press Texas players, including Justin Tucker, foreground, celebrate their 20-13 win over No. 5 Nebraska in Lincoln.
Nice pic Adam, Tucker is just so cute in his boots!!!
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