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 (kŭm′ĭngz), Edward Estlin Usually styled e.e. cummings. 1894-1962.
American writer. Best known for his lyrical and typographically inventive poetry, he also wrote The Enormous Room (1922), an account of his imprisonment in France during World War I.


(Biography) Edward Estlin (ˈɛstlɪn), (preferred typographical representation of name e. e. cummings). 1894–1962, US poet


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Edward Estlin, ( “e e cummings” ), 1894–1962, U.S. poet.
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Cummings reined in his horse when he arrived in front of him, gave him a pleasant salutation and invited him to a seat in the vehicle--"if you are going my way," he added.
Down the road, on the right hand, on Brister's Hill, lived Brister Freeman, "a handy Negro," slave of Squire Cummings once -- there where grow still the apple trees which Brister planted and tended; large old trees now, but their fruit still wild and ciderish to my taste.
The African hunter Cumming tells us that the skin of the eland, as well as that of most other antelopes just killed, emits the most delicious perfume of trees and grass.
JASON CUMMINGS is set to complete a loan move to Rangers today and become Graeme Murty's fourth signing of the transfer window.
Two NYPD officers are seen responding to a call for Paris Cummings, a 27-year-old man who was reportedly attempting suicide.
com)-- Lakeway, Texas David Cummings with Cummings Realty Associates and Keller Williams, Lakeway has been awarded the Accredited Buyer's Representation (ABR) designation by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council.
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MAJORCA Challenge stage winner Steve Cummings is aiming to take his sizzling early season form into the Tour de France - following his new MTN-Qhubeka team's wildcard invitation to the summer showpiece.
WHEN brutal robber Christopher Cummings accepted a glass of water from the pensioners he had just terrorised, he little realised he was sealing his fate.
Laurie Cummings, 90, alongside his wife Joan, 90, laid wreaths of poppies in remembrance of his Durham Light Infantry (DLI) comrades in a memory garden.
At first it is difficult to ally Cummings with ecology; you can find nary a line about the grandeur of a mountain or the necessity of good recycling habits.
Gordon Cummings, who served on D-Day with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and was once a head at a special school in Alnwick, passed away following an illness.