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Dominican

a. a member of an order of preaching friars founded by Saint Dominic (original name Domingo de Guzman; ?1170--1221), the Spanish priest, in 1215; a Blackfriar
b. a nun of one of the orders founded under the patronage of Saint Dominic
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Chocolate ice creams, made with single-sourced cacao from Ghana, Costa Rica and the Domincan Republic, are also available.
He was happiest working at Habitat for Humanity and assisted in the construction of hundreds of homes in MA, CT, FL, TN, and in Domincan Republic.He loved to bake, sample Worcester diners, and looked forward to early morning coffee with his buddies.
Lesly Manigat joined the group from the Domincan Republic.
Henry Charles, Fabel Filpo, Edwin Moreno and Yair Lopez all played at rookie-level Peoria last season, and Franmil Reyes was in the Domincan Summer League.
Other commission members are Khalid Razaiqi and Hady Al Lawati, both of Oman, as well as Bahrain's Ebrahim Yousef, Ebrahim Yousif, Sabah Al Kabie, Abudlrahman Yaqoob, while Fareeda Abdulrazaq and Caonabo Melo of Domincan Republic are the veterinarians.
5 (Fathers of the English Domincan Province trans., Christian Classics 1981); D'ARCY, supra note 39, at 159-60 (explaining that "St.
The Lowestoft-born middleweight cruised past Junior Castilla, of the Domincan Republic, and immediately dashed to check on his mum, who is in a Norfolk hospital recovering from a brain haemorrhage.
Magaly Febles, the director of the Miss Domincan Republic contest, said on Tuesday that it had been discovered that the recent winner Carlina Duran was married in 2009.
litura was known at the time of description; however, a second pair of Bollmannia litura (USNM 116365) was collected during the same expedition in which the holotype was collected, less than 5 miles from the type locality (Samana Bay, Domincan Republic) at similar depths (~20-30 m).
Leaders have included Presidents Leonel Fernandez of the Domincan Republic and Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's first woman president, as well as former US President Bill Clinton.
Raul Lopez left New York City for the Domincan Republic to start his own line, Luar Zepol, after breaking with his longtime label, Hood By Air, which was just as infamous for the brashness of Lopez and his partner, Shayne Oliver, as it was for their clothing.
of San Francisco, and Domincan U.) text provides first-year elementary teachers numerous resources to support them as they begin their teaching careers.