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Synonyms for Dominicus

first day of the week

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Our friend Dominicus, in his vanity of heart, forgot his intended precautions, and mounting on the town pump, announced himself as the bearer of the authentic intelligence which had caused so wonderful a sensation.
Meantime Dominicus Pike, being an extremely polite young man, and also suspecting that a female tongue would tell the story as glibly as a lawyer's, had handed the lady out of the coach.
The millmen resolved to bestow public honors on Dominicus Pike, only hesitating whether to tar and feather him, ride him on a rail, or refresh him with an ablution at the town pump, on the top of which he had declared himself the bearer of the news.
However, the sun shone bright on poor Dominicus, and the mud, an emblem of all stains of undeserved opprobrium, was easily brushed off when dry.
Michael's pear-tree, near which he always passed at nightfall: the circumstantial evidence appeared so strong that Dominicus doubted whether the autograph produced by the lawyer, or even the niece's direct testimony, ought to be equivalent.
May I be hanged myself," exclaimed Dominicus Pike aloud, on reaching the top of a lonely hill, "if I'll believe old Higginbotham is unhanged till I see him with my own eyes, and hear it from his own mouth
Dominicus was acquainted with the tollman, and, while making change, the usual remarks on the weather passed between them.
Dominicus knew the place; and the little mare stopped short by instinct; for he was not conscious of tightening the reins.
Just then the village clock tolled eight, and as each deep stroke fell, Dominicus gave a fresh bound and flew faster than before, till, dim in the solitary centre of the orchard, he saw the fated pear-tree.
Higginbotham," said Dominicus tremulously, "you're an honest man, and I'll take your word for it.
Higginbotham; two of them, successively, lost courage and fled, each delaying the crime one night by their disappearance; the third was in the act of perpetration, when a champion, blindly obeying the call of fate, like the heroes of old romance, appeared in the person of Dominicus Pike.
In due time, the old gentleman capped the climax of his favors, by dying a Christian death, in bed, since which melancholy event Dominicus Pike has removed from Kimballton, and established a large tobacco manufactory in my native village.
5 million people, according to UNHCR, as war and persecution increase in many parts of our world," said Dominicus Rohde, President of the World Peace Forum.
3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Viva Wyndham Resorts announced today a renovation project at its all-inclusive Dominicus Palace resort located in La Romana, Dominican Republic.
Fidora painstakingly traces the influence of Dominicus Gundissalinus (1110-1190) on the Latin reception of Avicenna's psychology.