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dun

1. a brownish-grey colour
2. a horse of this colour
3. Angling
a. an immature adult mayfly (the subimago), esp one of the genus Ephemera
b. an artificial fly imitating this or a similar fly

DUN

(DialUp Networking) The dial-up networking capability in Windows 95/98. See Win Dial-up Networking.
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Matthew Dunster, who directed me in Troilus and Cressida at The Globe, is also an actor and was in the original of Toast.
Ms Spelman said: "I am delighted at the decision to re-open the Dunster Road Post Office.
But it was the intriguing - and often downright frightening - Dunster Dolls Mu-seum that was my next port of call.
Dunster in his modern staging of the play has thrown out the English country home, and replaced it with a white set, that uses metal bars to separate the stage into two rooms.
It is a narrow, stone packhorse bridge on the southern outskirts of Dunster with two arches over the River Avill.
Burrows, who earned an MBA at Harvard 60 years ago, designed seaside condo buildings such as the Dunster House on South Ocean Boulevard, the Leverett House at 120 Sunset Avenue and the Winthrop House on Worth Avenue, all named after dormitories at Harvard.
uk DECEMBER 3-4: The medieval Somerset village of Dunster holds its popular Dunster by Candlelight festival (www.
Darrell Fox and his business partner, Jeff Dunster, CEO of HLH, have had this business plan for 15 years.
DUNSTER BY CANDLELIGHT Dunster, Somerset Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5.
SIMON DUNSTER has been appointed UK South Sales Manager for Solo Cup Europe 01480 459413.
I can't believe it all," Sparkle's owner, Paula Dunster, told the Gazette.
One of the original participants is Jennifer Dunster.