dawner

dawner

(ˈdɔːnə)
vb (intr)
a variant form of daunder
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EU Delegation to the Philippines First Secretary Jerome Riviere presented the awards to Froi Rivera, Gold Awardee for his photo 'Love for Football'; Reu Dawner Flores, Silver Awardee for 'Wind Power'; and Carlo Zamora, Bronze Awardee for 'Lilok.'
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Greek riots can be very devastating and repeated riots have contributed to the consolidation of far-right sympathies within the police, a trend which has been reported by Amnesty International.Remember the gunning down of two young Golden Dawners by urban guerrillas, which was retaliation for the murder of a leftist rapper?
Among the Golden Dawners, some of whom had covered their faces or wore helmets or [party] shirts, were their leaders, well-known fascists and thugs."