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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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In 1959, for example, the Motion Picture Herald called Dee the "Number One Star of Tomorrow" and underscored her appeal for teenage girls:
In the 1570s, Dee associated regularly with a group of men sometimes called by historians the "Sidney circle," whose goal was the creation of an empire that would bring wealth to their monarch, increase British importance in foreign affairs, and spread the Protestant cause.
Looking at what happens to Dee in the hands of the critics, we can add that she or he risks being branded as a traitor and excluded, or shunned.
Still shaking, Dee, staggered back to her farmhouse in Whitland, near Carmarthen, West Wales.
But Ousterhout kept working, and told Dee to check into the Davies Medical Center as though the operation was going to happen at dawn the next day as scheduled.
The revised acquisition values the entire issued share capital of Dee Valley at approximately GBP 84m (USD 104.
Dee Valley said it was now backing Severn Trent's higher bid and had withdrawn its recommendation for Ancala's offer.
It added that it would continue to invest in infrastructure in the Dee Valley region and would also support vulnerable customers.
As senior government officials, Dee said they have lost the right to make this kind of public statements.
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Leanne Milroy knifed Dee Gibson after the 30-year-old victim was said to have made a comment about her partner.
Dee Dee Cruize, who lives in Solihull, has set up Jailmate Cards, for that special person behind bars.