Noun(1) a Spanish gentleman or nobleman(2) teacher at a university or college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford(3) the head of an organized crime family(4) Celtic goddess; mother of Gwydion and Arianrhod; corresponds to Irish Danu(5) a European river in southwestern Russia; flows into the Sea of Azov(6) a Spanish courtesy title or form of address for men that is prefixed to the forename
Verb(1) put clothing on one's body
(1) Most interesting of all, Oxford don JRR Tolkien stayed at the college in the 1940s while his eldest son was studying for the priesthood.(2) Having enjoyed Harvard so much, she has even thought of becoming a Cambridge don .(3) The final straw was when she was sent to kill a mafia don .(4) The machine was usually dominated by a single party leader who behaved in many respects like a mafia don .(5) But the don is immediately shown as a gentle person sniffing a flower, remarking about the undertaker being mistaken about them being murders.(6) It may not be the first time he will be playing an underworld don , but it will probably be a first at trying the ├ö├ç├┐over the top├ö├ç├û emotions that the movie seems to carry.(7) The Perdido Star eventually reaches Cuba, where young Jack's parents are murdered by the requisite villainous Spanish don .(8) It's the equivalent of a Mafia don writing the lead article in some law enforcement journal.(9) That's the same maximum sentence a mafia don gets for threatening a witness.(10) As a don at the local university, he reviewed regularly for the Glasgow Herald.(11) In the first half of the fifteenth century, Gutierre Diaz de GÔö£├¡mez wrote an account of the deeds of his lord don Pero Nino, count of Buelna.(12) Tall, bespectacled, fleshy, although in reasonably good shape, he has the self-effacing air of an old-fashioned university don .(13) She imagined a Spanish don living here in the 1800s, and building a stately hacienda in stages as his family grew.(14) He's a neurophysiologist and a don at Magdalen College, and I always felt I was stupid because I couldn't get anything like the same results as him.(15) The club put me up at the house of ├ö├ç├┐the Professor├ö├ç├û - a don of sorts at the university, and something of a legend in German basketball.(16) Will he team up with an underworld don to finish off another?
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