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Del Shannon Del Shannon (December 30, 1934 â€“ February 8, 1990) (born Charles Weedon Westover in Coopersville, Michigan) was an American rock and roller who launched into fame with the No. 1 hit "Runaway" (1961).
Del Shofner Delbert Martin Shofner (born December 11, 1934) is a former American Football wide receiver who played for eleven seasons with the Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants from 1957 to 1967 in the National Football League. Shofner was a five time Pro Bowler in 1958, 1959, and from 1961 to 1963.
Del Sol Quartet The Del Sol Quartet is a string quartet based in San Francisco, California. Del Sol is known for actively working with living composers from a wide range of cultural perspectives, and recording and performing exclusively 20th and 21st century music.
Del Unser Delbert Bernard Unser (born December 9, 1944 in Decatur, Illinois) is a former starting center fielder and later a utility player with a 15-year major league baseball career from 1968 to 1982. His father was MLB catcher Al Unser.
Del Webb Delbert E. Webb (May 17 1899 - July 4 1974) was an American construction magnate, real estate developer and sports-team owner who is significant for founding and developing the retirement community of Sun City, Arizona.
Del West Del West is the leading high-performance valvetrain supplier in the world. Their most well known product is the Titanium Valve but they produce many other parts in the engine including the air spring for Formula 1 and MotoGP as well as finger followers and tappets.
Del's Lemonade Del's Lemonade is a refreshment company located in Cranston, Rhode Island. Its most famous product is frozen lemonade, but it also produces and sells blueberry, cherry,watermelon and formerly mocha flavored iced beverages.
Del-Heads The Del-Heads are bluegrass musician Del McCoury's fan base, one of the most enthusiastic in the genre. The name is derived from the Dead Heads, fans of the Grateful DeadBluegrass Reign interview with Del McCoury, accessed February 11, 2006, because there is a large cross-over; Del-Heads are known to be "tie-dyed clad".
Delage The Delage Automobile company was established in 1905 in Levallois, a northwesterly suburb of Paris, France. It was founded by Louis DelĂ˘ge (1874-1947), an ambitious young engineer who had been working for the Peugeot car company.
Delakota Delakota were an English indie dance band from the late 1990s. The band mixed elements of Baggy, retro rock music, indie pop and modern dance music to produce an interesting sound which was often compared to Primal Scream.
Delalande's Coua Delalande's Coua (Coua delalandei), also known as Snail-eating Coua, is an extinct species of non-parasitic cuckoo. It only was known to science as an extant bird for a very short time in the early 19th century.
Delamain Delamain is an independent producer of Cognac based in Jarnac, France. Delamain was founded by James Delamain who was born in Dublin Ireland and has been married to Marie Ranson of the French Roullet family since 1763.
Delamar, Nevada Delamar Ghost Town, nicknamed The Widowmaker, is a small abandoned city in a very remote central eastern corner of Nevada, USA. It was once a thriving gold operation, but was ruined by its own dry-mining process which killed its residents and caused the mine to close forever.
Delamater-Bevin Mansion The Delamater-Bevin Mansion, also known as The Bevin House, is a historic 22-room Victorian mansion located on the north shore of Long Island, at 77 Bevin Road, Asharoken, New York. The home was built by Cornelius H.
Delambre (crater) Delambre is a lunar impact crater that lies to the southwest of Mare Tranquillitatis, in the central highland region. To the west are the crater pair of Theon Junior and Theon Senior, the later being more distant and located to the northwest.
Delamere railway station Delamere railway station serves both the town of Delamere and Delamere Forest in Cheshire. The station is a request stop and thus the train will only stop here is flagged down on the platform or a passenger informs the guard beforehand.
Delamere Vineyard Delamere Vineyard is one of the longest established vineyards of Tasmania being first planted in 1982. Richard and Dallas Richardson identified the suitability of land in Pipers Brook and chose the grape varieties pinot noir and chardonnay to plant.
Delancey Streetâ€“Essex Street (New York City Subway) Delancey-Essex Streets is a New York City Subway station complex shared by the BMT Nassau Street Line and the IND Sixth Avenue Line. Located at Essex and Delancey Streets on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, it is served by
Delaney, Bonnie & Friends Delaney and Bonnie & Friends was a group started by Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett, which featured the elite session artists of the day, such as Carl Radle, Jim Price, Bobby Keys, Rita Coolidge, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Gordon, Leon Russell, Dave Mason and revolving guest lead guitarists which would include Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Duane Allman and even some appearances with Jimi Hendrix.
Delano Ames Delano Ames (1906-1987) was an American writer of detective stories. Born in Ohio, he was the author of some 20 books, many of them featuring a husband and wife detective team of amateurs named 'Dagobert and Jane Brown'.
Delano Township, Pennsylvania Delano Township is a township in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States. Formed in 1882 from part of Rush Township, it is named for Warren Delano II, maternal grandfather of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States, 1933-1945.
DelasĂłnica DelasĂłnica is a latin rock group from Colima, Mexico. The group consists of five men who are according to themselves, "influenced by contemporary music, the pop culture, graphic design, the city, the beach, with a little brain damage from the damn injustice of life, unrequited love and the excessive volume of their guitars.
Delaunay triangulation In mathematics, and computational geometry, the Delaunay triangulation or Delone triangularization for a set P of points in the plane is the triangulation DT(P) of P such that no point in P is inside the circumcircle of any triangle in DT(P). Delaunay triangulations maximize the minimum angle of all the angles of the triangles in the triangulation; they tend to avoid "sliver" triangles.
Delavirdine Delavirdine (DLV) (brand name RescriptorÂ®) is a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI) marketed by Pfizer. It is used as part of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) for the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1.
Delawanna (NJT station) Delawanna Station is a New Jersey Transit train station located on the rail service's Main Line. The station is located in the Delawanna section of Clifton, New Jersey at the intersection of Delawanna Avenue and Oak Street.
Delaware and Hudson Gravity Railroad The Delaware and Hudson Canal Company Gravity Railroad (D&H Gravity Railroad) was a gravity railroad which carried coal from Carbondale over the Moosic Mountains to the D&H Canal in Honesdale. This railroad used separate loaded and light tracks.
Delaware and Northern Railroad The Delaware and Northern Railroad Company was a small railroad in Delaware County that was founded in 1905, and was planned to go from East Branch, where it would make a connection with the New York, Ontario and Western Railway, to Arkville, where it would connect with the Ulster and Delaware. This line followed close to the banks of the East Branch of the Delaware River, and had plans of expansion, but never made it far, only getting to Arkville.
Delaware Academy Delaware Academy is a K-12 school in Delhi, New York, the county seat of Delaware County, situated 160 miles northwest of New York City. Founded in 1819, the school is of historical significance, and plays a major educational role in the Catskill region.
Delaware Art Museum Founded in 1912, the Delaware Art Museum holds a world-renowned collection of more than 12,000 works focusing on American art and illustration from the 19th to the 21st century as well as the English Pre-Raphaelite movement of the mid-19th century.
Delaware Bank The Delaware Bank is an area of shallow water 20 miles off Galera Point on the east coast of Trinidad to the south of Tobago. The seafloor comes to within six fathoms (11 meters) of the surface, making the bank a hazard for shipping.
Delaware Basin The Delaware Basin in West Texas and southern New Mexico is famous for holding large oil fields and for exposing a fossilized reef. Guadalupe Mountains National Park and Carlsbad Caverns National Park protect part of the basin.
Delaware Bay Delaware Bay is a large esturarial inlet of the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Delaware River along the coast of the United States. It is bordered by the state of New Jersey on the north, and the state of Delaware in the south.
Delaware class battleship The Delaware-class battleships of the United States Navy were its first true "Dreadnoughts", carrying a battery of ten 12-inch guns in five turrets, and capable of exceeding 20 knots. The two ships of the class were launched in 1908 and 1909:
Delaware Canal State Park Delaware Canal State Park is a Pennsylvania state park in Bucks and Northampton Counties in Pennsylvania in the United States. The main attraction of the park is the 60Â mile (97Â km) Delaware Canal, the only canal remaining continuously intact from the towpath canal-building days of the nineteenth century.
Delaware Center for Horticulture The Delaware Center for Horticulture is a non-profit horticultural organization dedicated to promoting knowledge and appreciation of gardening, horticulture and conservation. It is located at 1810 North Dupont Street in Wilmington, Delaware, USA.
Delaware Compensation Commission The Delaware Compensation Commission submits recommendations regarding the base salaries of judges, lawmakers and other top government officials to the Delaware General Assembly every four years. The General Assembly subsequently accepts or rejects these recommendations.
Delaware Constitution of 1831 The Delaware Constitution of 1831 was the third governing document for Delaware state government and was in effect from its adoption in December 2, 1831 until replaced on June 4, 1897 by the present state Constitution.
Delaware County Community College Delaware County Community College, also known as DCCC or Delco, is a 2-year community college in the Philadelphia area. While it is based in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, it has two campuses, three centers, and several locations throughout Delaware and Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Delaware County Courthouse and Park Police Department The Delaware County Courthouse & Park Police Department (Commonly known as â€śThe Delaware County Park Policeâ€ť) is a county-wide police department, responsible for providing security and protection for all parks, physical property, and government buildings of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. This is the only police department in Delaware County that has county-wide jurisdiction, as every municipality has either its own police department or is patrolled by the Pennsylvania State Police.
Delaware County Daily and Sunday Times The Delaware County Daily and Sunday Times is a daily newspaper, published in Primos, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is one of the only major newspapers in the state to be branded with a county name rather than a city.
Delaware County Christian School The Delaware County Christian School is a private, principally Protestant K-12 school residing in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Having been established in the year of our Lord 1950, it has since grown into the institution it is today, harboring almost 950 students of various sizes, shapes, and colors.
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) of the state of Delaware is the primary body concerned with the governance of public land, natural resources, and environmental regulations for the state. DNREC is composed of several Divisions that have correlates in other U.
Delaware Dynasty Delaware Dynasty are an American soccer team, founded in 2006. The team is a member of the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, and plays in the Mid-Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference against teams from Charleston, Fredericksburg, Ocean City, Reading, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg and Woodbridge.
Delaware gubernatorial election, 2004 The 2004 election for Governor of Delaware was held on November 2, coinciding with the Presidential election. Incumbent Governor Ruth Ann Minner faced a serious challenge from retired Superior Court Judge Bill Lee, but managed a 5-point victory on Election Day.
Delaware Christian School Delaware Christian School is a K-12 parochial school located in Delaware, Ohio. It was founded in 1973 and has been a member of the Association of Christian Schools International since 1985 and in 1995 was recognized by the Ohio Department of Education.
Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) oversees and regulates interscholastic athletics in the US State of Delaware. Membership is voluntary and as of spring 2006 includes 50 high schools and 23 middle schools.
Delaware Military Academy The Delaware Military Academy is a publicly funded charter high school in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. It is considered a Military High School because all students, or cadets as they are called, are required to participate in the Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps â€”the first such school in the United States.
Delaware North Companies Delaware North Companies is one of the largest privately held companies in the world, operating in the food service, retail and hospitality industries in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It currently has over 40,000 employees worldwide.
Delaware Otsego Corporation The Delaware Otsego Corporation is an American railway holding company which owns the subsidiary New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway as well as other, smaller branch line railroads, collectively known as the DO System. It is headquartered in Cooperstown, New York.
Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (DRJTBC) was created in 1934 to build and operate toll bridges across the Delaware River, which is the boundary between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, from Trenton, New Jersey north to the New York border. The Commission is a private agency and currently operates seven toll bridges and 13 free toll-supported bridges (2 of which are pedestrian-only).
Delaware River Region The Delaware River Region refers to an area in Western New Jersey along the Delaware River border with Pennsylvania. The area encompasses Mercer County (Mercer County is the only Delaware River Region county in the New York Metropolitan Area), Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Salem County.
Delaware River Viaduct The Delaware River Viaduct is the sister bridge of the Paulinskill Viaduct on the Lackawanna Cut-Off rail line in northwestern New Jersey. Built in 1908-11, this reinforced concrete bridge crosses the Delaware River about two miles south of the Delaware Water Gap.
Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge The Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge is a four-lane steel arch bridge that connects the Pennsylvania Turnpike's East-West Mainline with the main trunk of the New Jersey Turnpike, via its "Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension" (formerly known as the Pennsylvania Turnpike Connector). The bridge crosses the Delaware River, connecting Bristol Township, Pennsylvania and Burlington Township, New Jersey.
Delaware Route 1 Delaware Route 1 is a 177 km (110-mile) long, four-to-six lane highway going from the Maryland-Delaware State line on the eastern Atlantic shoreline to the Delaware Turnpike (Interstate 95) just outside of Wilmington.
Delaware Route 2 Delaware Route 2 is a 16 mile long east-west 4 to 6 lane highway located in northern New Castle County, Delaware. It begins at the junction of Delaware Route 52 in Wilmington, and terminates at the Maryland state line near Elkton, Maryland.
Delaware Route 404 Delaware Route 404 is a major state highway in Delaware that spans the width of the state. DE 404's eastern terminus is in Five Points near Rehoboth Beach, and in the west it enters Maryland as Maryland Route 404.
Delaware Route 9 Delaware Route 9 is a 65-mile state highway that connects with Delaware Route 1 at the Dover Air Force Base (only just less than a mile south of the southern terminus of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway to Interstate 95 in the City of Wilmington. Much like their U.
Delaware State Police The Delaware State Police (DSP) is a division of the Delaware Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security and is responsible for traffic regulation and law enforcement across the state of Delaware, especially in areas underserved by local police departments. The DSP is headquartered in the capital Dover, Delaware.
Delaware Superior Court The Delaware Superior Court is the trial court of general jurisdiction in the state of Delaware. It has original jurisdiction over most criminal and civil cases (except for suits at equity, which are handled by the Delaware Court of Chancery).
Delaware Supreme Court The Supreme Court of Delaware is the sole appellate court in the United States' state of Delaware. Because Delaware is a popular haven for corporations, the Court has developed a worldwide reputation as a respected source of corporate law decisions, particularly in the area of mergers and acquisitions.
Delaware Technical & Community College Delaware Technical & Community College (DTCC or Delaware Tech) is the community college system in the state of Delaware with locations in four cities. It was created by the Delaware General Assembly in 1966 by House Bill 529.
Delaware Township School District The Delaware Township School District is a community public school district that serves students in grades kindergarten through grade eight from Delaware Township, in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States.
Delaware Township, Camden County, New Jersey Delaware Township was the name of present-day Cherry Hill Township in Camden County, New Jersey from 1844 to 1961. At its territorial peak, Delaware Township was composed of modern-day North Camden, Cherry Hill, Merchantville, and Pennsauken (including Petty's Island in the Delaware River).
Delaware Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Delaware Township is a defunct township that was located in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. The borough ceased to exist and was incorporated into the City of Philadelphia following the passage of the Act of Consolidation, 1854.
Delaware Valley Regional High School Delaware Valley Regional High School is a regional, four-year public high school and school district, that serves nearly 1,000 students in western Hunterdon County. The high school is located in Alexandria Township.
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) is the metropolitan planning organization for the Delaware Valley. Created in 1965 by an interstate compact, DVRPC is responsible for transportation and regional planning in the greater Philadelphia area.
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, administered by the National Park Service, preserves almost 70,000 acres (283 kmÂ˛) of land along the Delaware River's New Jersey and Pennsylvania shores. Middle Delaware National Scenic River is a designated 40 mile (64 km) section of the river entirely within the recreation area.
Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge The Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge (also known as the Interstate 80 Toll Bridge) is a toll bridge that carries Interstate 80 across the Delaware River at the Delaware Water Gap, connecting Hardwick Township, New Jersey and Delaware Water Gap Pennsylvania. The bridge was built by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission.
Delaware's 2nd congressional district The Delaware 2nd at-large district of the United States House of Representatives was a Congressional district that included the entire state of Delaware. This district has been obsolete since the reapportionment after the 1820 census.
Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad The Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad began service August, 1993, as designated operator of over 85 miles of Lackawanna County trackage north, east and south from the Scranton, Pennsylvania, terminus in Northeastern Pennsylvania as a part of the Genesee Valley Transportation Company, Inc.
Delaware-Maryland Synod The Delaware-Maryland Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is the geographical synod consisting of the entire state of Delaware and most of the state of Maryland, with the exception of the counties surrounding Washington, D.C.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 1151 class The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad's 1151 class comprised five 4-6-4 steam locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) in 1937. They were the last steam locomotives ordered by the railroad.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company (DL&W or Lackawanna) was a railroad connecting Pennsylvania's Lackawanna Valley, rich in anthracite coal, to New York City, Buffalo and Oswego, New York. It merged with the Erie Railroad in 1960, forming the Erie Lackawanna Railroad, and was absorbed into Conrail in 1976.
Delaware, Michigan The town of Delaware, Michigan, was established in 1846 as a copper mining town. It is located in Michiganâ€™s Keweenaw Peninsula ten miles south of Copper Harbor and around twenty five miles north of Calumet.
Delaware, Ohio The City of Delaware is located near the center of the state of Ohio, about 20 miles north of Columbus, Ohio. Delaware was founded in 1808, incorporated in 1816, and is the county seat of Delaware County, Ohio.
Delay 1968 Delay 1968, or just Delay (as the SACD version is titled), is a compilation album of early outtakes of Can's work with singer Malcolm Mooney, including some of the band's earliest material. It contains the song "Thief", which was later covered live by Radiohead.
Delay box Delay box is a device used in drag racing, allowing a racer to launch the vehicle with the same reaction time on every pass. This device requires a transbrake in order to function, and sometimes a two-step rev limiter is also used.
Delay calculation Delay calculation is the term used in integrated circuit design for the calculation of the gate delay of a single logic gate and the wires attached to it. By contrast, static timing analysis computes the delays of entire paths, using delay calculation to determine the delay of each gate and wire.
Delay differential equation In mathematics, delay differential equations (DDEs) are a type of differential equation, in which the derivative of the unknown function at a certain time is given in terms of the values of the function at previous times.
Delay encoding In telecommunications, delay encoding is the encoding of binary data to form a two-level signal such that (a) a "0" causes no change of signal level unless it is followed by another "0" in which case a transition to the other level takes place at the end of the first bit period; and (b) a "1" causes a transition from one level to the other in the middle of the bit period.
Delay insensitive circuit A delay insensitive circuit is a type of asynchronous circuit which performs a logic operation often within a computing processor chip. Instead of using clock signals or other global control signals, the sequencing of computation in delay insensitive circuit is determined by the data flow.
Delay reduction hypothesis In classical conditioning (learning), the Delay-Reduction Hypothesis states that certain discriminative stimuli (DS) are more effective as conditioned reinforcers (CR) if they signal a decrease in time to a positive reinforcer or an increase in time to an aversive stimulus or punishment. This is often applied in chain link schedules, with the final link being the aversive stimulus or positive (unconditioned) reinforcer.
Delay Tolerant Networking Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN) is an approach to computer network architecture that seeks to address the technical issues in mobile or extreme environments that lack continuous network connectivity. In a DTN, asynchronous variable-length messages (called bundles) are routed in a store and forward manner between participating nodes over varied network transport technologies (including both IP and non-IP based transports).
Delay-action bomb A delay-action bomb is an aerial bomb designed to explode some time after impact with the ground, with the bomb's fuses set to delay the explosion for times ranging from a few seconds to several weeks. Such bombs were used widely by British aviators during World War II.
Delay-locked loop In electronics, a delay-locked loop (DLL) is a digital circuit similar to a phase-locked loop (PLL), with the main difference being the absence of an internal oscillator. A DLL can be used to change the phase of a clock signal (a signal with a periodic waveform), usually to enhance the clock rise-to-data output valid timing characteristics of integrated circuits (such as DRAM devices).
Delayed binding Also called "TCP splicing" it is the postponement of the connection between the client and the server in order to obtain sufficient information to make a routing decision. Some application switches and routers delay binding the client session to the server until the proper handshakes are complete so as to prevent Denial of Service attacks.
Delayed differentiation Delayed differentiation or Postponement is a concept in supply chain management where the manufacturing process starts by making a generic or family product that is later differentiated into a specific end-product. This is a widely used method, especially in industries with high demand uncertainty, and can be effectively used to address the final demand even if forecasts cannot be improved.
Delayed ejaculation Delayed ejaculation also known as retarded ejaculation and ejaculation incompetence means complete inability to ejaculate or persistent difficulty in achieving orgasm despite the presence of normal sexual desire and sexual stimulation. Normally a man achieves orgasm within 2-8 minutes after the beginning of sexual intercourse, whereas a man with delayed ejaculation either does not orgasm at all or orgasms after prolonged intercourse which might last 30-45 minutes or more.
Delayed Entry Program The Delayed Entry Program, also called the Delayed Enlistment Program, is a program where individuals going into active duty enlist first into DEP before they ship out to Basic Combat Training (BCT). In actuality, this is an enlistment into the inactive reserves, with an agreement to report for active duty (to ship out to BCT) at a specific time in the future.
Delayed onset muscle soreness Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is the pain or discomfort often felt 24 to 72 hours after exercising and subsides generally within 2 to 3 days. Once thought to be caused by lactic acid buildup, a more recent theory is that it is caused by tiny tears in the muscle fibres caused by eccentric contraction, or unaccustomed training levels.
Delayed open access journal Delayed open accessjournals are journals in which the free availability of the content is available, but only after several months, with the immediate availability being limited to subscribers. By its nature, it applies only to electronic versions of journals.
Delayering Delayering is a process for principles-based corporate restructuring and cost cutting trademarked by the Boston Consulting Group. It is a cascading organization redesign that proceeds from the CEO (Layer 1) to the CEO's direct reports (Layer 2), and so on through all employees.
DelbĂˇeth In Irish mythology DelbĂˇeth (or Dealbhaeth) was the son of either Aengus or Ogma of the Tuatha DĂ© Danann, and Ethniu of the Fomorians. He succeeded his grandfather Eochaid Ollathair, aka the Dagda, as High King of Ireland.
Delbert Cowsette Delbert Ray Cowsette (born September 3, 1977 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a free agent American football defensive tackle in the NFL. He was originally selected in the seventh round of the 2000 NFL Draft out of the University of Maryland, College Park by the Washington Redskins.
Delbert Fowler Delbert "Treetop" Fowler (May 4, 1958â€”) is a former American football player for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. Fowler was born in Cleveland, Ohio where he played high school football for Glenville High School in East Cleveland, Ohio.
Delbert Grady Delbert Grady is a fictional character in the 1977 novel The Shining by Stephen King and in the 1980 film of the same name directed by Stanley Kubrick. In the film, Delbert Grady was portrayed by British actor Philip Stone (1924-2003).
Delbert Lee Scott Delbert Lee Scott (born September 9, 1949) is a businessman and politician from Missouri. He has served as a city councilman for Lowry City, Missouri, as a Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives, and as a member of the Missouri State Senate.
Delbert McClinton Delbert McClinton is a blues musician born 4 November, 1940, in Lubbock, Texas. He honed his craft working in a bar band, The Straitjackets, backing visiting blues giants such as Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howlin' Wolf, Lightnin' Hopkins, and Jimmy Reed.
Delbhna Tir Dha Locha Dealbhne ThĂre DhĂˇ Loch(a) ("The Dealbhne of the Two Lochs") was a tuath (a tribal kingdom) of medieval Ireland, located in Iar Connacht in the west of Co. Galway in the province of Connacht, Ireland.