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  1. a male given name, form of Dennis.

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At least — that’s the case for diner chain Denny’s, according to chief brand officer and executive vp John Dillon.

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Denny’s isn’t the only brand leaning into safety messaging as the Delta variant has continued to rise.

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The goal now is to identify infections, trace contacts and quarantine those who were exposed, Denny said, “so we won’t send people back to their home communities positive.”

Denny’s attorney, Bennet Kelley, has filed a lawsuit against the boy and his family for cyber-exploitation, among other claims.

Denny says that after telling the football coach, who told the principal, the boy was suspended from school for a week.

Justin Age at Aquarium Drunkard uncrated an obscure 1972 cover of "When Will I Be Loved" by Sandy Denny and Linda Thompson.

Has anybody asked Denny Hastert, does he think the Hastert Rule should be applied in this case?

An effort to change that law is being pushed by Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-Co) and Rep. Denny Heck (D-Wa).

At that same scene at Denny's, Walt arranges his bacon into his new age.

Newt Gingrich had an aggressive agenda, as we remember all too well, and even Denny Hastert filled most of the slots.

I know Wolfall and Denny well, and a rope over a tree is the medicine they need.

Denver Denny was playing a bold game, and the stakes were $30,000 worth of black pearls.

Well, we did it; then, when we flocked back to the road, we found that this nice big car was gone and Denny gone with it.

Hank had a dark lantern—all of Denny's belongings he'd left with us—and he flashed it on the chap by the car.

We might have made the riffle, I guess, if Denny hadn't played out and tumbled from his saddle.