domic

domic

(ˈdəʊmɪk)
adj
obsolete dome-shaped
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Domic Chol Santo said the man was killed Saturday morning when opposition rebels attacked the town of Kaya on the Ugandan border.
Domic described the reports that claimed that President Salva Kiir wanted to step down from power allowing the army to take over as a lie, a "deliberate and calculated campaign of calumny aimed at misleading the public and cause disaffection between the civil population and the troops.
His view is shared by Dr Dino Domic, assistant professor in consumer behaviour at the European University Cyprus.
Adam Mogg grabbed two of the four Catalans tries, while Shaun Briscoe, Paul King and Sid Domic crossed for Hull.
Anyone watching the incident live would have assumed home centre Sid Domic was in an offside position.
And after Barrett's dangerous kick had forced Sid Domic to knock-on near his own line, the Warriors' No6 grabbed his second from the scrum.
Hull snatched tries from Gareth Raynor and Sid Domic but Rovers held on.
SID DOMIC has agreed to join Hull for the 2006 Super League season, becoming their second major signing in the space of 48 hours.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Sid Domic has agreed to join Hull following Bradford forward Lee Radford at the Challenge Cup winners.
A couple of Sid Domic breaks were the precursor to the Wildcats next try as Obst put French prop forward Olivier Elima for a six-pointer.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Wakefield centre Sid Domic and Huddersfield forward Ben Roarty have been drafted into the combined Australia-New Zealand side to play Cumbria at Workington tomorrow.
Dangerous centre Sid Domic scored the first just three minutes into the game, finishing off a delightful handling move with a scything run to the line, and the visitors added two more in a five-minute spell midway through the first half.