“I stopped calling him for two weeks, where before I called him every day,” d said.
When he asks the woman, who is Jewish, “You give good h**d?”
Then Pascal responds (in all caps) with, “BUT WE dIdNT WIN A d [sic] YOU KNOW HIM.”
She went from dominatrix to dowager, swapping her d & Gs for sensible brogues, her sexy leather and lace for tweeds and twin sets.
Or will Miller and Murkowski divide the conservative vote enough to give Scott McAdams (d) a surprise first-place finish?
In all the Norse languages, ancient and modern, the -d is preserved.
The d scale, laboriously achieved, floated in from the music room.
Why, the d——d villain who has taken your watch, replied Margaret.
I don't object to his putting a d too much in adored; I rather prefer it.
I sent this to d——, who is going to mail it as if it came from Nice.
fourth letter of the Roman alphabet, from Greek delta, from Phoenician and Hebrew daleth, pausal form of deleth "door," so called from its shape. The sign for "500" in Roman numerals. 3-D for "three-dimensional" is attested from 1953.
The symbol for the isotope deuterium.
in d. abbr.
Latin in dies (daily)
Relating to the configuration of d-glyceraldehyde, a compound chosen as the basis for stereochemical nomenclature because it is the simplest carbohydrate that can form optical isomers: d-fructose.
d- pref. d-
To the right; dextro: d-tartaric acid.
Abbreviation of diameter