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dom.

abbr.
1. dominant
2. dominion

Dom.

abbreviation for
(Roman Catholic Church) Dominican
References in classic literature ?
From that mo- ment, I understood the pathway from slavery to free- dom.
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I couldn't walk up a flight of stairs without being out of breath," said Dom.
The two things I wanted to be when I was a kid were a diplomat or a foreign correspondent," says Dom.
Modern life can be really irritating - bad deals, bad laws, annoying people," says Dom.
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That day, walking home in the rain along the peaceful streets near the Dom, it occurred to me that in a small way I-as well as all the other folks around me who were walking instead of driving-had something in common with the artisans who long ago built the Dom.
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I was more interested in Maurie and if I could only have signed one Samoan it would not have been Dom.
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