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durn

 (dûrn) Chiefly Southern & South Midland US
interj.adv.adj. & v.
Variant of darn2.

durn

(dɜːn)
interj, adj, adv, n
a US variant of darn2
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The old man wrote me that he was coming over in June, and said he'd take me home in August, whether I was done with my education or not, but durn him, he didn't come; never said why; just sent me a hamper of Sunday-school books, and told me to be good, and hold on a while.
Alexander Elliott was a stubborn mule, but he was fond of his wife, so he give in and said, `Well, durn it, bury me where you please.
During a day of interrogation, Durn told police he often "thought about killing someone and killing himself afterward".
Stephanie Durn, 68, described her son as a lonely, depressed and troubled man who was in and out of psychiatric care for over a decade.
Durn may have killed himself during a moment of inattention by police guarding him.
Frenchman Richard Durn wrote a woman friend: "I want to have the same stature as bin Laden, Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Milosevic.
Durn replaces Robert Krakauer, who is leaving GLOBALFOUNDRIES to pursue other interests.
It plans to increase its share later to as much as 95 per cent," said Daniel Durn.
The suicide came a day after Durn went on a shooting rampage at the city hall in suburban Nanterre, killing eight and injuring 19.
She said Durn had talked about wanting to kill "many times .
Investigators will look at all possibilities, even the remote chance that Durn could have been pushed.