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dauphin

dow fin

  • n  formerly, the eldest son of the King of France and direct heir to the throne

  • He's hundredths of a second behind the King of the Pool in the 200m and 400m individual medley races, and he hasn't been happy playing dauphin for four years.
  • Her dauphin is a gargantuan baby boy ("Play with me, or I'll break your arm!" he squalls to Chihiro); her enforcers are three severed heads that follow her like bowling balls .
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  • Andy Swan in Market Wire (press release)
    I am very pleased that BizPaL has been launched in the city of Dauphin to promote the competitiveness of the community in attracting and growing businesses,said Minister Swan. "BizPaL is a concrete example of our government's Single Window...
  • Jo Bonner in al.com (blog)
    Dauphin Island's role in shielding coastal areas from the brunt of storms is one that we can no longer afford to take for granted,Bonner said.
  • Butch Kinerney in Denton Record Chronicle
    Anytime you've got a community like Dauphin Island you've got a significant economic impact if you start losing the properties. If you lose 10 houses, you also lose a restaurant and a grocery store that serve those people,said Mr. Kinerney.

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