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a person whose work is investigating crimes or obtaining hidden evidence or information

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Customers can visit any of the 89 Dick's Sporting Goods stores to pick-up a scratch-off game card to enter the contest.
As part of its alliance with Dick's Sporting Goods, Online Retail Partners has invested $15 million in dsports.
Dick, a book filled with some of the most poignant interviews of Dick's life (Streitfeld, 2015).
Dick's Supermarket opened on August 26, 1948, on the corner of Fourth and Younger in San Jose.
Rossi's splendid study melds argumentative rigor with accessible prose to approach Dick's life, work, and art in holistic fashion.
The man was now swiveling in Dick's chair with the imperial air of a chief executive--a couple little to-and-fros, then a grand full circle.
Dick's will be joining Wegman's and several other high-profile national retailers in this highly acclaimed project located at the intersection of Route 70 and Haddonfield Road.
When Dick Bockwoldt's physician told him to either quit farming or live with debilitating pain in his back and subsequent loss of mobility, Dick's life almost immediately changed for the better.
Dick's distributive share of the partnership's taxable income (including his share of the outside income he remitted to the partnership) is $100,000 for the year ended April 30, 2005, and $125,000 for the year ended April 30, 2006.
Aware of Dick's work on leukemia stem cells, Clarke in the 1990s became attracted to the idea that solid tumors also have stem cells.
By the time you read this, John Woo's Paycheck, based on one of Dick's early short stories, will be in theaters.
It was thrilling to witness the tremendous growth and achievement of the National Service Foundation under Dick's leadership," Mr.
As it turned out, Dick's proof was a Xerox copy of the Boston Herald's report of the occasion in 1953.