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- daemon It also provides a daemon to load haxies when certain applications are launched.
- dean Oxford had given way, and the Dean of Christ Church was a creature of James's choosing. Be a face on the screen. Read our name in the papers. Everybody wants to be like James Dean – Famous by Scouting For Girls
- demand Back by popular demand Doin what? Goin each and every place with a mic in my hand Who are you? – Mr. Popular by Jin
- demeanour His listeners noted the care with which he attended to gesture and demeanour, and accounted it to him for righteousness; for they were French.
- demon Above all, that hideous figure on the table, as its fingers were loosened, in falling forward, seemed to take steps, with his demon face still staring at me.
- domino As the King approached they set loose a great number of small birds, which fluttered about while the 'prophets' sung 'Cantate Domino canticum novum'-'Sing unto the Lord a new song.
- donor To accept half-a-sovereign in alms without being able to fling it back to the secret donor; scramble for half-pence whenever the chance offered, and keep them, use them for lodging money, in spite of one's intense inner aversion....
- manor Bernard and Duckinford, their interest in the manor of Brampton.
- Damian Damian Beckett or Cham (born 1979), Jamaica born rapper, singer-songwriter and actor Dave Beckett (born 1949), of Canadian pop duo Gary and Dave David Beckett (born 1954), English cricketer Derry Beckett (born 1918), Irish Gaelic footballer and hurler Dorika Mamboleo Beckett, entrepreneur, healthcare executive and educational philanthropist Douglas Beckett (born 1959), former English cricketer Edmund Beckett, 1st Baron Grimthorpe (1816–1905) Sir Edmund Beckett, 4th Baronet (1787–1874) Edward Beckett, 5th Baron Grimthorpe (born 1954) Edwin Beckett (born 1937), Head of the British Defence Staff in Washington, D.