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Synonyms for Dylan

United States songwriter noted for his protest songs (born in 1941)


Celtic god of the waves

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Love the Words: A Guided Tour An in-depth guided tour of the Dylan Thomas Exhibition and its current temporary exhibition of manuscripts and drawings at 10.
Part of the great contribution of poets like Dylan, Leonard Cohen, (and) Joni Mitchell has been to re-connect the words with the sounds, and remind us, as the Nobel committee clearly realizes, that good songs are good literature," Harrison said.
In 1966, at age 25, Dylan was already exhausted by his career.
On the Glasgow Rangers FC supporters' Facebook page, one tribute read: "After the sad news that Dylan Brown had passed away at the age of 13, on May 21, Rangers face Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final, so in the 13th minute, we would like all fans to stand for a minute's applause in memory of young Dylan.
John explains that the project is not an impersonation, Simply Dylan is an interpretation of Bob Dylan's music.
The informal nature of the recordings - most of them were recorded by The Band's organ player Garth Hudson - including much banter between Dylan and the band members conjures up images of how the May-October sessions in 1967 may have actually been.
gives the year-long celebration of Dylan Thomas' life and work a fitting conclusion and that the interest which has been shown in Dylan Thomas during the centenary celebrations will continue.
Ceri Thomas found that out when he began living in Dylan Thomas' former bedroom at 5, Cwmdonkin Drive in the early 1990s at a time when the house where Dylan was born was rented out with little fanfare.
Mr Mahli's Shed and a Ghost Named Dylan provides a gentle introduction to the Welsh poet and is illustrated by Cardiff artist Huw Aaron.
Dylan and his mom walked out the door, down the walk, and onto the sidewalk.
Dylan is survived by his wife Nadine; his daughters, Neeve and Fiona and son, Rowan; his parents, Patrick and Mary Connelly; brother, Jude and sister Hilah, all of Harvard, MA; maternal grandmother, Joanne Johnson of New Kensington, PA; paternal grandmother, Mary Lou Connelly of Fairfield, CT; his father-in-law, Ray Amos of New Oxford, PA; mother-in-law, Leslie Moore of Australia; sister-in-law, Amanda Amos of Fairfield, PA; grandmother-in-law, Gloria Price of California; his aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends all of whom he loved very much.
The club had hoped to raise pounds 3,000 for the oncology and haematology ward at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children where Dylan received the best of care but in effect pounds 4,300 was raised.
subject matter, the Dylan Symposium differed from typical law school