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  • Divisor(Definition of divisor)
  • The divisor, since it ends in 5, must be multiplied by 2, giving 730. dropping the o, we have 73 for the prepared divisor.

  • Damson(Definition of damson)
  • 2. damson pudding made with bottled fruit.

  • Dodson
  • But when it was a question of meeting a team like manchester united-here mr dodson, shrugging his shoulders despairingly, sank back in his chair, and watchful secretaries brought him round with oxygen.

  • Dixon
  • And two hours later he was waiting for mary dixon in the little drawing-room of the house in a kentish village which he had helped dixon to furnish for her.

  • Advising
  • He's always advising you to get married; but he's a born bohemian.

  • Disown(Definition of disown)
  • Far be it from me to thrust myself into any family, the head of which thinks proper to reject me; far be it from me to honour my humble fortunes with a name which i am as willing as yourself to disown: i purpose, therefore, to adopt a new one; and, whatever may be my future fate, that name will screen me both from your remembrance and the world's knowledge.

  • Davidson
  • George wants me to consult dr. davidson at st. joseph's hospital.

  • Dickson
  • Strange and wondrous indeed was the story that reginald grahame had to relate in private to mr hall and captain dickson on his return to his home by the sea.

  • Design(Definition of design)
  • The remains of the clifford's tower, which played an important part in the siege, tell of the destruction caused by the blowing up of the magazine in 1683, an event which had more the appearance of design than accident.

  • Divisors
  • The band pulley p is fast upon a, and is provided with an index of 60 holes on its face g, and which are adjusted for any especial work by a pin q, so that a piece of work may have marked on it either 60, 30, 20, 15, 12, 10, 6, 5, 4, 3, or 2 equidistant lines of division, each of those numbers being divisors of 60. in marking such lines of division upon the work a sharp point may be used, supported by the face of the hand rest as a guide; or a sharp-pointed tool may be placed in the slide rest to cut a deeper line upon the work.

  • Tyson
  • "mr. tyson, it is remarkable, would always turn his eyes from these manifestations.

    Livin' like givens schemin' on tyson But she got lucky cause he was a nice one

    – They Want Money by Kool Moe Dee
  • Devon(Definition of devon)
  • Dartington, devon, 23 april, 1818, and educated at westminster and oxford, where he took his degree in '40, was elected fellow of exeter college and received deacon's orders.

  • Devise(Definition of devise)
  • As she got nearer to her destination, she tried more and more earnestly to devise some way in which she might inform her sister of all the dreadful things that had happened, and which she must learn sooner or later, without giving her too great a shock.

  • Devin
  • Another successful comic opera, melnik – koldun, obmanshchik i svat ("the miller who was a wizard, a cheat and a match-maker"', text by alexander ablesimov, moscow, 1779), on a subject resembling rousseaus devin, is attributed to mikhail sokolovsky.

  • Dvina
  • Therefore is it that his flow is swifter than that of the volga and the dvina; therefore also is it that he has many rapids and many mouths.

  • Devising
  • Being very desirous of devising some method to bring about an accommodation, i sounded the old chief on that head.

  • Dyson
  • He seemed surprised not to find sir richard dyson and colonel dickinson alone.

  • Dotson
  • Robert charles "bob" dotson (born october 3, 1946) is a new york times best selling american author, teacher and television journalist.

  • Divan(Definition of divan)
  • Nona was lying upon a divan with her yellow head sunk among a number of brown cushions, but she got half way up at barbara's words.

  • Dawson
  • Thomas dawson stood by, his face all alight with smiles and interest.

  • Davis(Definition of davis)
  • The confederates could have sunk my boat, and he held an order from jefferson davis."

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • This extreme division is, however, unnecessary to the perfection of the product, and is secured at great expense of power.

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