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Hicks

 (hĭks), Edward 1780-1849.
American painter of primitive works, notably The Peaceable Kingdom, of which more than 60 versions exist.

Hicks

(hɪks)
n.
Granville, 1902–82, U.S. writer, educator, and editor.
References in classic literature ?
He was as little as possible like the lamented Hicks, especially in a certain careless refinement about his toilet and utterance.
Politica: Susemihl, 1872; with German, 1878, 3rd edition, 1882; Susemihl and Hicks, 1894, etc.
Take away the soup, Hicks, and to-morrow turn the cook out of the house, Jane.
Inside the mill were twenty of the miller's men hewing a stone, and as they went 'Hick hack, hick hack, hick hack,' the mill went 'Click clack, click clack, click clack.
Disney star Adam Hicks was arrested Wednesday for suspected involvement in a series of armed robberies, police said.
ARRESTED IN AFGHANISTAN in late 2001, David Hicks became arguably the most prominent Western detainee at Guantanamo Bay.
Tom Hicks has gone from being a major mover and shaker in sports to the
LIVERPOOL co-owner Tom Hicks today moved a step closer to selling his Major League Baseball franchise - in a move that could free up funds at Anfield.
25 (ANI): A Kuwaiti consortium has pulled OUT of negotiations to buy the Liverpool Football Club for a reported one billion pounds, delivering a body blow to co-owner Tom Hicks, who had been at the forefront of bringing the Kuwaitis to the table.
John Wesley Hicks, 47, failed to show up for work that day, said his nephew, Joshua Hicks.
Hicks has admitted he has been unable to secure financing for the Glorypark mixed-use development in Arlington, Texas that was scheduled to open in March 2010.
Hicks, a chemist at the University of Victoria in British Columbia.