Tucker


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Synonyms for Tucker

to make extremely tired

Synonyms for Tucker

United States anarchist influential before World War I (1854-1939)

United States vaudevillian (born in Russia) noted for her flamboyant performances (1884-1966)

a sewer who tucks

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a detachable yoke of linen or lace worn over the breast of a low-cut dress

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Now, gathering a group of brilliant automotive designers, engineers, and promoters, he announced the creation of a revolutionary new car: the Tucker '48, the first car in almost a decade to be built fresh from the ground up.
Tucker is responsible for business development, including sourcing capital and structuring deals, as well as all legal matters involving Tucker Development and its affiliates.
Sophie Tucker knew seven presidents personally, was there at (and performed for) the invention of the phonograph, TV, radio and movies.
It opened the door for Tucker to compete in tournaments and competitions for disabled and handicapped golfers.
Tucker, who started at Nashoba in 1977 as an assistant football coach prior to becoming head coach in 1983, announced he was stepping down from his position last weekend at the Chieftains' Awards Brunch ceremony.
The IRS subsequently assessed the tax Tucker owed and notified him of the filing of a notice of federal tax lien (NFTL).
The rise and fall of the Tucker Corporation remains an enigma of U.
Christopher Dorobek, editor in chief of Federal Computer Week, presented the award to Tucker and the other Rising Stars before an audience of more than 300 people from the federal information technology community.
Even though Helen Tucker no longer has the energy to volunteer as she once did, she still is a driving force in serving sick and disabled veterans.
It was just an afternoon stop at a Del Taco drive-through when Lori Tucker got the first sign of things to come.
Tucker has written a provocative work with the hope of rescuing one of the most important science fiction authors of our time.
Hearing Denise Veazey, Linda Tucker, and Karen Jackson describe their schedules is exhausting--no matter how much of a capable, Type A person you might consider yourself.
George Tucker was one of the more influential jurists, legal scholars, and legal educators of late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century America.
Tucker is skillful at catching the enormously varied personalities of his soldiers and the bonds that sustain them.
George Tucker, and the rest of the Tucker family of Virginia long have exercised a special fascination upon historians, students of American literature, political scientists, students of rhetoric, and devotes of the South.