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put on

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to put (an article of clothing) on one's person

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a Spanish gentleman or nobleman

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teacher at a university or college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford)

the head of an organized crime family

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Celtic goddess

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a European river in southwestern Russia

a Spanish courtesy title or form of address for men that is prefixed to the forename

put clothing on one's body

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The Dons were led by the running-back combination of Jermaine Moore, who ran 14 times for 49 yards, and Melvin Petties, who had four carries for 21 yards, all in the first half.
The National Association of Directors of Nursing in Long Term Care (NADONA) promotes professional relationships with other disciplines, establishes standards of practice, and sponsors a certification system for DONs.
There's nothing like tutorial teaching when both sides take it seriously," says Alan Ryan, a former Oxford don now a professor of politics at Princeton.
The Dons went 61 yards on 11 plays and passed just once, with Moore and Petties taking turns leading Dorsey downfield.
Hart doesn't want to see another season end with a loss to Vander Linden and the Dons.
By the same token, there's a trend going on now toward hiring nurses fresh Out of nursing school to be DONs, and they're just not prepared for this position.
Second, we are developing our mentor system, which began this past January, enabling DONs to contact by phone or fax experienced, retired DONs to help them work out solutions to their problems.
I recently heard a DON say she told a nurse to "kick her husband out," which the nurse did.
I think we struggled a little bit on offense, but once we started moving the ball, our defense forced a lot of turnovers,'' said sophomore tight end Aaron Kenney, one of six team captains referred to as the Don Corps.
Through the courses they provide, DONs can receive education that is low-cost and suited to their needs.
Putting a damper on the defensive effort for the Dons was the loss of two starting defensive ends for the season.
But beyond the purely clinical, DONs should be knowledgeable in the following areas as well:
DONs are feeling the pressure to assume responsibility for an increased acuity of care, to meet new demands for services, and to maintain and improve quality - all, of course, while reducing costs.
The play, a variation of the traditional Don Juan story, was the most popular play of 19th-century Spain.