dom.


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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.
To ensure Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) that Dom is now completely under her thumb, she plants a kiss on Dom.
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When Dom is possessed by it, Pat knows that he has to save his brother since his parents are oblivious to the changes in Dom.
These authors explained this effect as being due to the formation of a compound consisting of the pesticide and DOM and to the exchange of pesticide sorbed in the soil by the DOM.
The two things I wanted to be when I was a kid were a diplomat or a foreign correspondent," says Dom.