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Dai

 (dī)
n. pl. Dai or Dais
A member of one the Tai-speaking peoples, especially those living in southern China and Myanmar (Burma).

[Mandarin Dǎi (as in Dǎizú, Dai ethnic group), of Tai origin.]
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When Dai called me for the drug's information at about 2am, she cried all the time and repeatedly said 'Please help save my daughter,''' the unnamed man was quoted as saying.
On the morning of July 18, Dai Hualiang visited the Imperial College of Technology in London, met with the President of the College, Ms.
Cafodd Dai agoriad llygad wrth ymweld a'r merlod bychain.
Dai Chef He said: "I loved making the food and taking part and I'm grateful that I got to make biscuits.
the shu dai zi says, chewing a hole through his pancake.
When Mufaddal Saifuddin was born, his grandfather, the 51st Dai Syedna Taher Saifuddin, wrote a note saying his name as "li Qadr Mufaddal".
Gross said in a sworn statement filed in March that DAI held secret meetings without him and refused to tell him what other subcontractors were working on the company's Cuba project.
Dai went down on one knee in aisle 7 - where Asda staff who were in on the secret had set up a table with flowers, champagne and chocolates with the Michael Buble song, Feeling Good, playing in the background.
Dai said: "I am very proud to receive the commendation which was awarded as a result of an amazing team effort from all RAF firefighters involved that night.
Dai came into the Games hoping to race into the history books.
Fe fydd Nia Roberts, Shn Cothi, Ifan Jones Evans, Daloni Metcalfe ac Edward Tudor Jones yn ymuno Dai i gyflwyno'r rhaglenni.