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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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I am humbled and excited to receive the recognition of this award," commented Joe Dono.
Andre Bazin, cinema's great champion of realism in the service of the Spirit, would surely admire Frammartino's locked-shot determination to capture "an imprint of the duration of the object"--Il dono records the forging of a metal hoop as patiently as Volte chronicles the making of charcoal--and his emphasis on spatial continuity; but Bazin would be most delighted by the Italian director's menagerie.
Os ex-escravos sao transformados em operarios assalariados, mas os descendentes dos amos, morando nas cidades de Grande Ambossa, ainda sao ricos e donos das fazendas de cana de acucar.
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New Guinea is in good form and capable of a big run, while Dono Da Raia was disappointing last time but has some very good form in Brazil and is going well.
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Wu band, dinner and two-layer birthday cake was picked up by Hpnotiq, the liquor manufacturer who served everyone a blue drink called The Dono.
By early 1999, Kape te Ardhmen had been set up, under the management of Irena Dono, and de Mestral was distributing leaflets in Swiss prisons, inviting Albanians to find help in rebuilding their lives by visiting the project's office in Tirana after their return.
The collection had a very limited circulation in its complete and original form, as edited here, of which only five manuscripts are known, but was enormously influential through derivative works, of which the most important is Humbert of Romans, De dono timoris.
Et perche decto Filippo, in decto nome, sa che la verita non sapino bene ne vedere ne intendere, se le vostre signorie non veghono el forzerino d'oro di [libbre] XV o piu, facto per el cristianissimo re di Francia, et decto anello non si exibisce et mostra overo si dipone apresso ydonea persona, o seculare o laycha, chome pare al decto Francesco Girolami, che quello a nelle mani et apresso di se contro alla voglia di decto Filippo in decto nome, perche in su decto forzerino sono d[e]scripte punt[u]almente le lettere a contemplatione di chi et a chi fu facto decto dono.
Counsellor Joanne Dono said the loss of a much-loved pet was a very traumatic event for many people.