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dee

a metal part shaped like a capital D and used in harness to make a T junction.
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He said: " We have now created a blank canvas for both this year''''s Big Dee Day event and the future of the centre.
During the day, McCole, and his best friend Ian, tried calling Jay Dee but the messages were going through voice-mail.
At Universal Studio, Dee was cast mostly in teen movies such as The Reluctant Debutante, The Restless Years,Tammy Tell Me True'and Take Her She's Mine.
1) From the mid-1550s he was recognized as an expert in geography and when seeking advice and instruction for trade expeditions it was to Dee that many explorers turned.
As Mama tells us as she waits for Dee, "I have deliberately turned my back on the house" (26), and on Maggie, too, her younger daughter, scarred by a fire which burned down the first house and which has left her ever since with "chin on chest, eyes on ground, feet in shuffle" (27).
And yesterday Dee said: "If it hadn't been for Pru I could well be dead.
His letter about Dee had been ambiguous in its last paragraph; for the operation to happen, Dee needed clarity.
Whether you're crazy about playing Doe Doe Dee Dee, or it drives you crazy, once you've played it, you'll never forget it
Benefits Street's White Dee says she's going to stand as an independent MP at the next general election.
Pop fans were last night mourning the death of singer Dave Dee, whose band were so popular they were once supported by guitar legend Jimi Hendrix on a tour of Germany.
RALPH BECKETT was pleased with the way his two runners Mille Feuille and Poyle Dee Dee shaped in the maiden fillies' stakes at Salisbury.