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dingus

1. n. a thing or gadget. I have a little dingus that helps me clean venetian blinds.
2. and dingy n. the penis; the male thing. (Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, shake your dingus and put it away!
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Use of Intelligent Transport Systems has been analysed by Barfield and Dingus (1997), Bekiaris and Nakanishi (2004), Chowdhury and Sadek (2003), Ezell (2010), Jarasuniene (2008), Kachroo and Ozbay (2003), McDonald et al.
You need to get him onside and remind your old players that Scotland needs Scott Brown, Charlie Mulgrew, Kris Commons and James Forrest if you and Dingus aren't to be left wasting your time.
He's excited every morning when he gets up to see how much he's got, to see the presents he's got or how many cards he's got," Jessica Dingus shared.
In "Barnum Brown: The Man Who Discovered Tyrannosaurus rex", Lowel Dingus (Research Associate in Vertebrate Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, New York) and Mark A.
At the same time that discussions about racial inequities are essential to have with teacher education students, teacher educators commonly find that race talk, especially with their White students, leads to a host of dysfunctional classroom dynamics that may actually perpetuate the racial logic teacher educators, and even teacher education students, would hope to disrupt (Dixson & Dingus, 2007; Haviland, 2008; Heinze, 2008; Hytten & Warren, 2003; LaDuke, 2009; McIntyre, 1997; Mueller & O'Connor, 2006).
This book comes to the verge of being useful, but for an understanding of feathered dinosaurs and the origin of birds, general readers would be better served by Luis Chiappe's Glorified Dinosaurs (2007), Lowell Dingus and Tim Rowe's The Mistaken Extinction (1997), or Christopher Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs (2000).
His colleague Tom Dingus said of motorists who sent texts: "You should never do this.
Cook, Lisa Ann Davenport, Penni Yvonne Dingus, Barbara S.
Our observatory is unique in that we can detect events of low enough energies that we were able to record enough cosmic-ray encounters to see a statistically significant fractional excess coming from two distinct regions of the sky," Los Alamos researcher Brenda Dingus said.
Dingus began work as a general laborer for General Motors at its Central Foundry Defiance after serving in the military and eventually was promoted to maintenance foreman.
Groomsmen were Kevin Wade Breazeale, Louis Donald Carpenter, Robert Ross Dingus, Dustin Danny Dabbs, Richard Dale Evans, Frederick William Goslin III, William Christopher Lotterhos, and Mark Edward Power Jr.
Across the nation the percentage of teachers of color in our schools remains stagnant as the percentage of students of color increases (Gay, Dingus & Jackson, 2003; Gordon, 2000; Gursky, 1999).
But I didn't get my congratulations call for a few days so I wondered whether Dingus was in the huff with me
in the museum lobby, mixed-media artist Marita Dingus will demonstrate how she fashions dolls, baskets and wall hangings from found objects.
As the VERBATIM article notes, Dingsda is the source of the colorful American slang word dingus (a device or gadget the name of which is unknown or forgotten).