Definition of 'D'
Example sentences containing 'd'
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The maitre d ' had tried to put me at the worst table in the house, next to the kitchen door. A CONVICTION OF GUILTDaddy pulled out Mildred's chair and the maitre d ' pulled out mine. WEB OF DREAMSYou see now why I ` d rather write this to anyone except you. A MEANS TO EVIL
In some ways it was surprising they hadn't issued a ` D " notice, the General thought. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCEIt had happened in such a way that D could have assigned supernatural powers to Stein in the process. THE SERPENT'S MARKShe handed him a large colour photo of a Hughes 500 D, one of the smallest helicopters. COVER STORYI never believed this rubbish anyway, and I don't think D did, though she wanted to. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)There was even the grace note of a suggested signature, a simple capital D. THE SERPENT'S MARKMr G flinched when D touched him, and he touched her down there and said that she had flinched too. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
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