deen may have been known to most laypeople as a television chef and cookbook author.
Both reek of false modesty, but deen does appear jumpy and genuinely anxious at times.
Born in the small town of Albany, Georgia, deen married at 18, got pregnant at 19, and lost both of her parents by age 23.
But that article described deen as calm and reliable, especially compared to LiLo.
deen, who worked with her for only one day, called her “awesome.”
Then Ny deen himself came to me, all glittering with gold and gems, but in a confused way.
Weel, I alloo, she's deen as a wuman sud—the faut bein a' her ain!
Ghazee-od deen had, however, before his death declared that he believed Moonna Jan to be his grandson.
“The scoundrel rides well,” muttered Brace, as we saw Ny deen rein up and throw his horse back almost on its haunches.
That Ny deen is some big chief, from his ways to-day; and others with him are somebodies.
Old English dyne (n.), dynian (v.), from Proto-Germanic *duniz (cf. Old Norse dynr, Danish don, Middle Low German don "noise"), from PIE root *dwen- "to make noise" (cf. Sanskrit dhuni "roaring, a torrent").