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Dion

/'diːɒn/
noun
1.
Céline. born 1968, Canadian singer. Her worldwide hit singles include 'My Heart Will Go On' (1998)
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  • Neither Alciphron nor the Letter to dion caused much of a stir.

    A Letter to Dion Bernard Mandeville
  • It is mainly for other reasons, however, that the Letter to dion is still of interest.

    A Letter to Dion Bernard Mandeville
  • He had begun a Tragedy of dion, but made small progress in it.

  • Did Nolus and dion find it difficult to approach the praefect's body?

    "Unto Caesar" Baroness Emmuska Orczy
  • Tell dion and Nolus to remain in the studio, and there to spend the night.

    "Unto Caesar" Baroness Emmuska Orczy
Word Origin and History for dion

Dion

masc. proper name, short for Dionysius (see Dennis).

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