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dom.

abbr.
1. dominant
2. dominion
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There were lots of places I wanted to go for this book - Rwanda, Algeria, the Yemen, Libya," says Dom.
Modern life can be really irritating - bad deals, bad laws, annoying people," says Dom.
That day, walking home in the rain along the peaceful streets near the Dom, it occurred to me that in a small way I-as well as all the other folks around me who were walking instead of driving-had something in common with the artisans who long ago built the Dom.
Things for the team are going well until Owen's older brother, Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), vows to seek revenge against Dom.
A really good friend of ours, we've had some good times together Dom.
He now co-hosts The One Show and presents daytime consumer hit Don't Get Done, Get Dom.
I couldn't walk up a flight of stairs without being out of breath," said Dom.
Proper execution of works referred to in the first sentence in each case will be confirmed by the final acceptance protocol inspector DOM.
I was more interested in Maurie and if I could only have signed one Samoan it would not have been Dom.
In addition, 47 percent of respondents said an increase in revenues is the key measure of the success of their investment in DOM.