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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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The Andersons and the Cummings have hunted so incessantly in the neighborhood of the Cape, that these animals have migrated to the equator, where they are often met with in large herds.
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.
Josh Cummings stood in the middle of historic Notre Dame Stadium last November with ``Touchdown Jesus'' and all of the Irish tradition looking down on him.
Determining exactly when the contributions are considered to be late is not always a simple matter, however, Cummings notes.
Perfectly positioned to help usher in the next wave of digital entertainment, Cassandra Cummings, business development manager of the Media/Entertainment Technology Convergence Group at Microsoft, turned a childhood affinity for technology into a career trajectory.
We are the first group to provide direct behavioral evidence of a private visual communications channel," Cummings says.
CUMMINGS, age 58, of 501 Old West Brookfield Road, Warren, Massachusetts, waived indictment and pled guilty before Senior U.
Cummings accepted because she wants "to give something back to the community by presenting work I really admire and respect and to help provide access to another dance venue in this city.
Justine Cummings, from East Reach, Taunton, Somerset, pleaded guilty in May at Plymouth Crown Court to the manslaughter of Peter Lewis, aged 26, who died from a knife wound.
Cummings Engineering today announced the release of its flagship product SecureMobile[TM] 1.
Willard) Cummings; six children, Sheryl Sommers and her husband Charles of Wilbraham, Stephen Cummings and his wife Donna of North Brookfield, William Cummings and his wife Bep of the Netherlands, Susan Gustafson and her husband James of North Brookfield, Judy Allison and her husband Doug of Washington State and Michael Cummings and his wife Mary of New Braintree; 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren who were the loves of his life and many nieces and nephews.