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Dunn

(dŭn),
Richard L., 20th-century U.K. researcher in chemistry. See: Lison-Dunn stain.
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Yes, but I lost my Latin grammar yesterday; I left it in the hall half an hour while I was having a regular scene with Herbert Dunn.
Arndt in the presence of his aged father, who was on a visit to see his son, little dreaming that he was to witness his murder, JUDGE DUNN HAS DISCHARGED VINYARD ON BAIL.
Dunn, to keep some order and discipline during the long reign of terror.
Incumbent Joan Dunn is seeking a second, four-year term on the five-member panel governing the 9,000-customer public utility.
Dunn was found 40% contributorily negligent, due to the fact that he was aware of the inadequate lighting on the road the morning of the accident, as well as a minor incident that occurred the week before Dunn's accident.
Part of the initiative, Dunn says, is to show the value of open technology transfer within the mining community.
On appeal, several judges said a jury could reasonably conclude that Dunn had conveyed the need for immediate transfer, even though his instructions were not explicit.
Keeping up healthy returns during an economic downturn is top of mind for the CEO of any investment firm, and Dunn is no exception.
Look at the public and private sector organizations that surround the community and make sure that the project is something they will be willing to support," says Dunn.
Dunn writes about human rights ("Human rights are rooted in the Bible," p.
Dunn pulls back the chronological layers of picaresque criticism and literary history that have been shaped by rather rigid notions of genre, canon, and socio-cultural relations.
Michael Dunn Will Lead Company's Effort to Grow Institutional Services Division