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Dane

(dān),
D.S., 20th-century British virologist. See: Dane particles.
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As well as loving motorbikes, Dane was a talented musician, a keen photographer and worked with young people at the Hexham Youth Initiative.
Deirdre plans on riding to France to finishing the journey Dane never got to complete.
Dane has advocated for sensible immigration policies that put Americans' interests first.
Dane is currently writing and recording songs for his forthcoming EP and preparing for approaching tour dates.
The 14-stone mackerel great dane, who stands an impressive 48 inches, is a softie at heart, said David, 61.
Plus Dane manages nearly 6,000 properties in Ellesmere Port and Neston on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council, as part of a PS100m five-year contract to provide housing services for tenants and leaseholders in the area.
Dane, from Forfar, was also dad to Keelor, 10, and Dayna, 12, who were at home at the time.
It is great to get together with other Great Dane owners.
The film, then, is concerned with questions of maturity: Dane becomes more responsible and embraces his role as Lucas' older brother through a rejection of the fear and resultant violence that overcame his father.
Two local firms - Smiths SD and Penny Lane Builders - have also been allocated work and a new Plus Dane trades team in Liverpool has now been formed following the contract award, which safeguards more than 60 jobs and 11 apprentice roles.
The writing was on the wall when Dane got off a flight at Dublin Airport looking like someone had just reminded him of his solo album sales figures.
Debra, of Bridgend, said: "It was a really intimate ceremony and an honour to go receive the medal for Dane.