Dion


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Dion

(ˈdiːɒn)
n
(Biography) Céline. born 1968, Canadian singer. Her worldwide hit singles include 'My Heart Will Go On' (1998)
References in classic literature ?
Dion also conspired against Dionysius the Younger, seeing his subjects desirous of a conspiracy, and that he himself was always drunk: and even a man's friends will do this if they despise him; for from the confidence he places in them, they think that they shall not be found out.
299 PERSE DION GENOS to PERSE, DION GENOS, was thought to have been Dius) was a native of Cyme in Aeolis, where he was a seafaring trader and, perhaps, also a farmer.
Yet, Wordsworth's "Laodamia," and the ode of "Dion," and some sonnets, have a certain noble music; and Scott will sometimes draw a stroke like the portrait of Lord Evandale given by Balfour of Burley.
The play was "The Shaughraun," with Dion Boucicault in the title role and Harry Montague and Ada Dyas as the lovers.
A very few poems, the noble 'Ode to Duty,' 'Laodamia,' and 'Dion,' are classical in inspiration and show the finely severe repression and finish of classic style.
After a long period of unemployment, father-of-two Dion, from South Bank, contacted the hub for advice.
What was earlier considered a faux pas, has now become the style statement as Dion made it look chic rather than ill-fitted.
Dion was convicted by a jury of the January 2015 attempted murder of Vernon Hills resident Katie King outside the Century Theater at Deer Park Town Center.
Pomoy attended Dion's concert at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace last May 24, his ticket a gift from American TV host Ellen DeGeneres of 'The Ellen Show.' It is known the generous host also took care of Pomoy's accommodations at the Caesars Palace, as well as his plane ticket and meet-and-greet.
"I firmly believe Dion, if we played him down the middle all the time, I think would be 20 to 25 goals a season," he explained.
The day after, Dion was among the crowd at Ronald van der Kemp's fashion show in the City of Lights.