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Synonyms for Dominic

(Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)

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Dominik said: "We are absolutely thrilled to win this award.
When Dominik came in and woke us up, I got wet towels to put over our faces and got us into the back bedroom.
Coventry scorers: Dominik Rycharski 15, Bobby McMillan 15, Myke Grimes 14, Dan Drewett 13, Mason Phillips 13, Charlie Barnett 7, Tom Sensicall and Joe McLaughlin 6.
Dominik expressed his "surprise" at Cameron's angry reaction last week, and hinted at possible fines if the premier leaves the bill unpaid.
Dominik said every year the European Commission revises EU member states' gross national income contribution to the EU budget and that the demand was made under a system agreed by all the EU member states.
Dominik could also managed not to smoke all this time, and is not as shy as in the beginning.
Dominik has been critically important in that effort.
For nearly a decade, Dominik has been at the forefront of Southern's work to create innovative programs and assemble capital," said Herman Davenport, Southern Bancorp Community Partners Board Chairman.
On the first day there was a setback, due to a 50g "overweight", Dominik Esslinger had to participate in a higher weight class against opponents of up to 5kg heavier, which is significant in judo.
Citing studies on the condition, Dominik says it is important for children to be checked for scoliosis.
Writer- director Dominik operates with just that premise, fleshing it out as vignettes of all that spawns hostility in today's world.
Maybe it was done to avoid confusion with the Clint Eastwood movie Coogan's Bluff (1968), or maybe director and writer Andrew Dominik is a Roberta Flack, or perhaps a Fugees, fan.
THRILLER KILLING THEM SOFTLY (1hr 37mins) Certificate: 18 Starring: Brad Pitt, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, Richard Jenkins, Ray Liotta, James Gandolfini, Vincent Curatola, Sam Shepard Director: Andrew Dominik Star rating: ?
Writer-director Andrew Dominik transplants the setting of the book from 1970s Boston to 2008 Louisiana.
Directed by Andrew Dominik, the brashly written crime drama illustrates gangster life in the wake of the recession.