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see ThorThor
, Germanic Donar
, Norse god of thunder. An ancient and highly revered divinity, Thor was the patron and protector of peasants and warriors. As a god of might and war he was represented as extremely powerful and fearless, occasionally slow-witted, armed with a
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Donar

god of thunder; corresponds to Thor. [Ger. Myth.: Leach, 321]
See: Thunder
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Dona was an honor roll student and athlete at Shepherd Hill.
By the time they returned to Texas eight years later, Tammy's mother had bought a new house in the city proper, leaving behind a fully paid-for house in Dona Park.
Stephen Gilman poignantly noted that "In the Spain represented in Dona Perfecta, the traditionalists (who, when they termed themselves "castellanos viejos," echoed significantly the earlier caste designation "cristianos viejos") viewed the new liberal ideologies in their midst as heresies and properly subject to inquisitorial extirpation" (67).
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