Donald


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Donald

(ˈdɒnəld)
n
(Biography) ?1031–1100, king of Scotland (1093–94; 1094–97)
References in classic literature ?
Winchester Donald, D.D., rector of Trinity Church, Boston, to preach the Commencement sermon.
Donald finished his sermon; and an excellent sermon it was, too, in spite of the weather.
LORD NOBLEKIRK, } THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mintlaw), } DONALD DREW, Esquire (Advocate-Depute).} Counsel for the Crown.
So it was that Donald MacElrath, farmer's son and farm-boy himself, had shifted from the soil he loved to the sea he hated and which it was his destiny to farm.
'Ut's the very same way my Donald finds the road tull Voloparaiso.
The other two were Duncan M'Dougal and Donald M'Kenzie.
This flat, flourishing, easy country never could have looked more rich and prosperous than in that opening summer of 1815, when its green fields and quiet cities were enlivened by multiplied red- coats: when its wide chaussees swarmed with brilliant English equipages: when its great canal-boats, gliding by rich pastures and pleasant quaint old villages, by old chateaux lying amongst old trees, were all crowded with well-to-do English travellers: when the soldier who drank at the village inn, not only drank, but paid his score; and Donald, the Highlander, billeted in the Flemish farm- house, rocked the baby's cradle, while Jean and Jeannette were out getting in the hay.
The 41-year-old Donald is trying to get his career back together after back injuries and coaching changes.
Every grammar principle is accompanied by several examples of Donald Trump--both how to do it and how not to do it!
Donald looks set to sell the majority of his shares in the football club this summer to a consortium led by US investor Mark Campbell.
But I did heroize Donald Zec, not least because he cut so unheroic a figure.