daimen

daimen

(ˈdeɪmən; ˈdɛmən)
adj
obsolete Scot occasional; odd
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However, Daimen Hardie, with Community Forest International, this week maintained the Canadian organisation had never been involved in a REDD+ program in Cambodia.
He is remembered and missed by brother Raymond; cherished as Grampie to Clayton (Maddie), Daimen (Estelle Drisdelle), Gavin (Ashley Broderick), Casey (Nick Rolfe), Linden (Kyle Blades), Layne and Calum; Greatest Grampie to Charlie and Aurea.
Meanwhile, Kawasaki's Alan Boyter, BMW's Nasser Al Shaiba and Ducati's Daimen van Blerk battle it out for honours in the non-championship 1000 class.
I wanted refreshment" said Daimen (pseudonym used), a 28-year-old retail sales associate from Los Angeles, when asked what he hoped to benefit from his last vacation.
Peacefully at home with her family on 7th June, aged 56 years, Sandra (nee Clough), much loved mam of Daimen, Kaylee and Lauren and their partners Lyndsay, Tony and Mike, a devoted grandma of Courtney, Reece and Ella, a dearly loved sister of Carol, Jennifer, Maureen, Wendy, Mandy and the late Michael, a loving partner of the late Davie and a much loved auntie to all the family.
We won 3-1 and made progress to the next round thankfully with goals from Timmy Grant, Mark Taggart and Daimen McParland," Malone confirmed.
min dhaalik nastantij 'al 'ati: majmu'u 'al shuHnaat dakhil 'al tajwiif daimen tusawi 'al Sifr.
After all, though the Scots language is likely to die in Ulster if subject to separate development in the manner seen hitherto, in Scotland the loss of 'a daimen icker in a thrave' would see it only slightly diminished.