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  • n. Dutchman
  • n. Dutchwoman


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  • Dutcher was an enterprising backer of the sort Rockwood had been seeking from the start.


  • Dutcher, president of the Hamilton Trust Company of Brooklyn.


  • Dutcher, eds., Perspectives in Leukemia New York: Grune & Stratton, 1968, 187–94.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Gardiner promised Ada that she would one day have the deed, but when the title was transferred, it was from Dutcher to Gardiner.

    The Five of Hearts

  • When Dutcher expressed an interest in the letters, Ada brought them to him, undoubtedly hoping to win him to her point of view.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Dutcher countered with another threat: any legal action would bring an immediate halt to the monthly checks.

    The Five of Hearts

  • The Democrat running for lieutenant governor in Minnesota, Judi Dutcher, told WCCO-TV the Pawlenty spots bring Target to mind — and while she loves Target, I'm not buying deodorant, or toothpaste. - 'Snappy' ads helping politicians build their brands

  • Eastern Michigan, which won only one game a year ago during an 11th consecutive losing season, never got anything going offensively after taking an early 3-0 lead on a 27-yard Sean Dutcher field goal. - College Football - E. Michigan vs. Pittsburgh

  • But even after passage of Florida's law, Chapman made it clear to Dutcher and Palmer that he still wanted the island bought in fee; he still wanted Palmer to investigate and determine the steps necessary for its purchase.

    History of Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

  • During 1901, the Committee (primarily Dutcher and Palmer) obtained passage of adequate laws in eleven States, including Florida.

    History of Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge


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