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Dai

 (dī)
n. pl. Dai or Dais
A member of one the Tai-speaking peoples, especially those living in southern China and Myanmar (Burma).

[Mandarin Dǎi (as in Dǎizú, Dai ethnic group), of Tai origin.]
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Cafodd Dai agoriad llygad wrth ymweld a'r merlod bychain.
Korea already has a strong technological position in these growing industries, and the partnership between SKT and DAI will only further improve Korea's ability to provide innovative technologies and solutions to these markets.
Dai set down his pails, slammed the policeman with the flat of his hand.
The transaction has been completed by Xian Dai via its affiliated company based in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, which is a pilot zone for China's financial reforms that was founded in September in 2013.
When Mufaddal Saifuddin was born, his grandfather, the 51st Dai Syedna Taher Saifuddin, wrote a note saying his name as "li Qadr Mufaddal".
This combination brings our European business to a scale that offers significant benefits and complementary capabilities to our core clients in the international donor market," said DAI President and Chief Executive Officer James Boomgard.
Dai, aged 78, has lived in Mountain Ash all his life and WORKED for more than 30 years at his local colliery.
Gross said in a sworn statement filed in March that DAI held secret meetings without him and refused to tell him what other subcontractors were working on the company's Cuba project.
Dai said: "I am very proud to receive the commendation which was awarded as a result of an amazing team effort from all RAF firefighters involved that night.
Dai came into the Games hoping to race into the history books.
Fe fydd Nia Roberts, Shn Cothi, Ifan Jones Evans, Daloni Metcalfe ac Edward Tudor Jones yn ymuno Dai i gyflwyno'r rhaglenni.
However, before the earthquake, Dai could just float up with able-bodied hands and legs.