Desmond


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Desmond

(ˈdɛzmənd)
n
(Biography) 15th Earl of, title of Gerald Fitzgerald. died 1583, Anglo-Irish nobleman, who led a Catholic rebellion (1579) against English domination of Ireland
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Desmond said, it is because she is so very unconventional.
I suppose you heard from the Desmonds that I did not go back to England with them.
The Desmonds brought me and made the arrangement, or the bargain, or whatever you call it.
James Desmond is an elderly clergyman in Westmoreland.
This land had belonged to the rebel Earl of Desmond.
Civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond was selected from the more than 26,000 submissions that rolled in after the Bank of Canada announced plans to put a Canadian woman on the country's circulating currency for the first time.
Thankfully Desmond was found by holidaymakers and taken to a local vets.
Gardai believe Desmond, 41, was murdered in a double-cross over a drug debt in December last year.
Desmond was selected from a list suggested by the public.
Since joining DuPont in 1989, Desmond has served the company as its general auditor and chief ethics and compliance leader.
On November 8, 1946, Desmond was on a trip to promote her line of black beauty products when her car stalled in New Glasgow, N.