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Dek·ker

 (dĕk′ər), Thomas 1572-1632.
English playwright whose comedy The Shoemaker's Holiday (1600) is notable for its vivid portrayal of daily life in London.
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Dekker

(ˈdɛkə) or

Decker

n
(Biography) Thomas. ?1572–?1632, English dramatist and pamphleteer, noted particularly for his comedy The Shoemaker's Holiday (1600) and his satirical pamphlet The Gull's Hornbook (1609)
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Dek•ker

or Deck•er

(ˈdɛk ər)

n.
Thomas, 1572?–1632?, English playwright.
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(about 1575 to about 1619), son of a counsellor of Queen Elizabeth, a lawyer; and Thomas Dekker (about 1570 to about 1640), a ne'er-do-weel dramatist and hack-writer of irrepressible and delightful good spirits.
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