The Perugia team went bankrupt a year later and Gaucci was charged with corruption and fled to the Dominican Republic.
The seventh, Rodriguez, was taken into custody at JFK Airport, as he was about to board a plane for his native Dominican Republic.
BH: Now tell me about the community of women you wrote and imagined in The Chalice—a priory of Dominican nuns.
The Dominican Republic and Venezuela export a staggering number of baseball players.
It was the fall of 1968, the first day of class at Dominican College in uptown New Orleans.
We are bringing you to the Dominican prison, señor; you will be better used there.
"That Dominican nun is terrible for the priests of her time," the monk went on.
Albertus Magnus had been highly honored by the Dominican Order, to which he belonged.
Next morning the Doctor talked to Pembury about the Dominican.
The provincial estates of Poitou, meeting in the Dominican convent of Poitiers, presented a contrast of this kind.
"Black friar," 1630s, from Latin form of the name of Domingo de Guzman (Santo Domingo), founder of the order of preaching friars. His name, like Italian form Dominic, is from Latin dominicus "pertaining to a lord."
"native or inhabitant of the Dominican Republic," 1853, from the Caribbean island of Dominica, home of the nation, so named 1493, from Latin (dies) dominica "Sunday," the day of the week on which the island was discovered.