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daine

(deɪn)
vb
an archaic spelling of deign
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Among the child heroes were five-year-old Harriet Gwinnett, who saved her mum's life after she had an epileptic fit, and Reece and Daine Callaghan who saved their mum from a diabetic coma.
To quote from the review of the book in KLIATT, September 1997: "In Wild Magic, Daine is a refuge from raiding bandits.
Behavior issues are also addressed in Daine Morgan's Train The Wolf In Your Dog: Genetic Clues To Solving Behavior Problems (0974540722, $12.
00), where the author herself joins with the Full Cast dramatists in telling of Daine, who carries a dark secret and a powerful magic which may be able to save her new home from destruction; others, such as Robert Heinlein's The Rolling Stones (1932076808, $39.
Billy Daine went home from hospital yesterday just 48 hours after pioneering heart surgery.
REECE and Daine Callaghan emerged as heroes in March when their mum collapsed at their Northfield home.
HATS off to Reece and Daine Callaghan, two young brothers from Northfield who saved the life of their mum Tracy when she collapsed at home.
Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester and Congressman Greg Gianforte today announced academy nominee Claudia Downings offer of appointment to the Air Force Academy.
Steve Daines, the release followed an agreement with the Chinese authorities that any charges against Guthrie would be dropped.
When an employee leaves a job, it's often hard for them to keep track of their retirement accounts during these transitional times," Daines said in a statement.
South African-born brothers Jonathan and Matthew Daines originally set up their online letting agency seven years ago with just a handful of clients.
Chief executive Jonathan Daines said: "The big advantage to the way we operate is that we can save people thousands of pounds compared to what they would have to pay in fees to a traditional estate agent.