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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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The jury, which heard testimony and evidence from eight attorneys who represented Dunning and seven prosecutors from the U.
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Nevertheless, Dunning uses these scholars' work effectively to ask productive questions of the early Christian texts, and to nuance our understanding of the early Christian texts' rhetoric and the diverse purposes to which they worked.
A jury at Newcastle Crown Court found Dunning not guilty of murder but instead guilty of manslaughter by reason of provocation.
Dunning, 31, admitted she disappeared into a bathroom with the boy at a school-leavers' house party at the home of another teacher.
Ms Dunning, of Dundee, faced one charge at the GTC conduct hearing in Edinburgh.
Dunning stepped down following a recent board meeting, at which questions were asked about expenses he had received.
Andrea Buckley, of Meltham, a Yorkshire ladies county team regular, faced the experience of Heckmondwike's Doris Dunning - and won.
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The announcement came just after Stanford's John Dunning, not Long Beach State's Brian Gimmillaro, was announced as the AVCA Coach of the Year.