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  ZoomInfo Web Summary: Margaret Dickson
Margaret Dickson Margaret is a native of the Fayetteville area and her family has been involved in the Radio Communications business for decades.
Margaret Dickson was born in Fayetteville and has spent most of her life in Cumberland County.
Margaret is also a long-time volunteer in various schools and continues to read in preschool and elementary school classrooms.
www.zoominfo.com /Search/PersonDetail.aspx?PersonID=27066558   (708 words)

She is chairman of the House Education Subcommittee on Universities and vice chairman of the Education Committee.
Dickson also serves on the Appropriations Committee, Commerce Committee, Financial Institutions Committee, Military Veterans and Indian Affairs Committee and the House Select Committee on the Lottery.
Dickson received her Bachelor’s degree in communications from UNC at Chapel Hill.
www.statepulse.com /NorthCarolina/2006/10.27.06.gov.pr6.htm   (589 words)

 Women in the North Carolina Legislature Elected with help from Lillian's List of North Carolina
Margaret Highsmith Dickson (H-41) of Fayetteville, winning slightly more than 50% of the vote, ran a well-organized focused campaign with bi-partisan support.
Margaret will add a strong pro-choice voice to the legislature.
Jean Farmer Butterfield (H-24) of Wilson won the primary for this seat formerly held by Representative Toby Fitch with an incredibly strong grassroots campaign against three men, one of whom had been appointed to fill the seat, and another who had been on the city council.
www.lillianslist.com /legislators/index.html   (1394 words)

 Carolyn Hart
Christie was the leading light of the Golden Age, that glorious period between the two world wars that saw the publication of Dorothy L. Sayers, Philip MacDonald, H. Bailey, Earl Derr Biggers, Ellery Queen, John Dickson Carr, Nicholas Blake, Margery Allingham, Ngaio Marsh, Josephine Tey, and Phoebe Atwood Taylor.
By the end of the 80s, publishers were scrambling for mysteries set in America with female protagonists.
Among the early authors who caught that first wave of change were Nancy Pickard, Margaret Maron, Joan Hess, Barbara D’Amato and I. The traditional mystery continues to thrive.
www.carolynhart.com /history.html   (1313 words)

 Ripley's Game (2002)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I have always thought that Patricia Highsmith's Ripley novels were aimed (like a missile) at the reader.
This film portrays the Highsmith character fully and true to the novels.
I found Malkovich, who I usually dislike, perfect in the role and the other actors are excellent.
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 He Who Whispers; similar books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Problem of the Green Capsule: Being the Psychologist's Murder Case (John Dickson Carr, ; ISBN: 093033051X; Paperback; 1986-12-01; 99% match)
John Dickson Carr (JOHN DICKSON CARR, ; ISBN: 0517659565; Hardcover; 1988-11-23; 98% match)
The fencing master (Arturo PĂ©rez-Reverte; translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa; ISBN: 0156006847; (pbk.); 1% match)
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 Project Vote Smart - Representative Dickson - Issue Positions (NPAT)
Over 100 news organizations throughout the nation also urged their candidates to supply their issue positions through the National Political Awareness Test.
Urge Representative Margaret Highsmith Dickson to pass the National Political Awareness Test.
www.vote-smart.org /npat.php?can_id=MNC22974   (95 words)

 Amazon.com: "crime fiction": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
See all pages with references to crime fiction.
Margaret Kinsman is Senior Lecturer in English at South Bank University.
She is the author of articles on crime fiction and mystery- writer profiles in the St latrtes Gidde to Crime and Mystery Writers,...
www.amazon.com /phrase/crime-fiction   (593 words)

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