|Title:||The Dickson Baseball Dictionary|
|Format:||rtf txt mobi lit|
|ePUB size:||1122 kb|
|FB2 size:||1399 kb|
|DJVU size:||1986 kb|
|Category:||Dictionaries and Thesauruses|
|Publisher:||Facts on File (March 1, 1989)|
Dickson’s discursive dictionar. delight for former sandlot players, lexical scholars and members of the hot-stove league. - William Safire, The New York Times Magazine. John Curtis, San Diego Union-Tribune you’re curious about the etymology of the phrase out in the left field or you need a refresher on the infield fly rule. What I like about this reference book is that in many cases it gives you the source of where a phrase came from - whether that be geographic, historical, or attributable to a certain author or book. By doing this, the book helps pique interest in other great baseball books or articles.
Paul Dickson has been an independent writer for almost 50 years during which time he has produced more than 60 non-fiction books and numerous newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of subjects. His books fall into two categories: serious narrative non-fiction, including history and biography, and reference and whimsical books.
Don said: This is a great reference book for baseball fans. Paul Dickson is the author of more than 45 nonfiction books and hundreds of magazine articles. Dickson, born in Yonkers, NY, graduated from Wesleyan University in 1961 and was honored as a Distinguished A Paul Dickson is the author of more than 45 nonfiction books and hundreds of magazine articles
The original Dickson Baseball Dictionary quickly established itself as the book to go to when you want to know in which inning The Catch was made, or needed to find out where the term "fungo" came from, or couldn't figure why Vin Scully called that last hit a "frozen rope. Paul Dickson explains them-and about 7,000 more terms and expressions, names and events-in a wide-ranging work that's as much fun to browse through as it is specifically useful.
Varying Form of Title: Baseball dictionary. Rev. ed. of: The new Dickson baseball dictionary. 1st Harvest ed. 1999. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
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A Dictionary of the Space Age. Paul Dickson. Download (PDF). Читать. Paul Dickson, Thomas B. Allen. Download (EPUB). Words: The Dictionary for People Who Don't Know a Frone from a Brinkle.
He lives in Garrett Park, Maryland. He lives in Columbia, Maryland, with his wife.
He has written many articles on a wide variety of subjects, including baseball and the military. He is a founding member and former president of Washington Independent Writers and a member of the National Press Club. Dickson coined the term "word word".