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druse

(drōōz)
n. pl. dru·sen (drōō′zən)
One of the small hyaline or colloid bodies sometimes occurring behind the retina of the eye.
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Druse, 28, of Tuttle Hill, Nuneaton, was jailed for ten months and banned from driving for two-anda-half years.
The driver, Druse, then took a left before turning into Canterbury Street and then along Primrose Hill, driving at around 50mph and going through a red traffic light as he headed onto the ring road.
The two indicted Druse Arabs - a father and son - are Syrian citizens, like most of the Druse in the Golan Heights.
Editor's note: Eleanor Druse is a pen name; the author is Richard Dooling, and according to the book description on amazon.
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