Dryden


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the outstanding poet and dramatist of the Restoration (1631-1700)

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In 1991, council officer Harry Collinson was killed by Dryden in front of press and television reporters as the local authority moved in to demolish a bungalow Dryden had built without consent.
But Dryden, a former steelworker, has now been freed from Haverigg Prison, Cumbria, and moved to a residential care home after having a stroke.
So did the NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and members of the Dryden family, in addition to relatives of the person about to replace Dryden on the signage.
The chapter on Robert Louis Stevenson feels a bit superfluous and digressive at times, something Dryden appears aware of when she writes that this chapter's focus on Stevenson, Conrad, and Ford "takes the discussion away from Wells for a time" (58).
Signal: A Sam Dryden Novel is the unabridged audiobook rendition of a suspenseful saga following ex-Special Forces operative Sam Dryden.
He leaves his wife of 60 years, Janet Doris Dryden, a son Christopher Dryden of Worcester, a daughter Jennifer Alves and her husband Steven Alves of Holden, a grandson Mathew Duszak of Spencer, a brother John Dryden of Millbury, and many nieces and nephews.
Industry and business investment will find an ideal place to grow in the City of Dryden.
John Dryden, 43, could not accept his marriage to part-time nurse and student Tracy, 37, was over when the pair separated and began to stalk her when she met another man.
Dryden paid a price for his profession of the Catholic faith.
In the Companion, we have a series of essays that cover what will be essentially familiar ground to Dryden scholars of the 'Dryden and .
PALMDALE -- Dryden Flight Research Center and aeronautics research fares well in NASA's proposed 2008 budget, but the unresolved 2007 budget could push back the debut of a new manned spacecraft, agency leaders said Monday.
This is not surprising in some ways because compared to other parts of the collection, such as the extensive altered passages in "Palamon and Arcite" or the greatly enlarged "The Character of a Good Parson," Dryden made seemingly few substantive changes to Ovid's original story.
Although Dryden had spoken of Milton with forthright reverence--"This man cuts us all out and the ancients too'--he had a more specific errand than the mere desire to sit at his senior's feet.
Spencer Dryden, the drummer for rock band the Jefferson Airplane, died of cancer Jan.