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How to use di in a sentence
Di Bello described the color-splashed works as “abstract expressionism” with “surrealist” methods.
Di Giovanni thought “He wrote Spanish while in his ear he heard English.”
The sensible answer is no, but di Giovannni gleaned much from those three years.
When it came to casting Escobar, Di Stefano had to find a strong actor who could embody the brutality of the late kingpin.Gangster in Paradise: Benicio Del Toro Is Pablo Escobar|Alex Suskind|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But la-di-da people also buy that water in Fiji and have it shipped thousands of miles, so maybe they would have been fine.
Mussafia, Monumenti antichi di dialetti italiani, Sitzungsber.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
Francesco Bussone di Carmagnola, count de Castlenuovo, executed.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Fecit dextera Di virtutem: non est mortuus, sed vixit; & nunc incolumis narrat opera Di.
Why therefore did the elder Amati, contemporary and probably pupil of Gaspar di Salo, change the model and size of the instrument?Violins and Violin Makers|Joseph Pearce
And all the fal-lals and di-does they larn em in high school now doesnt amount to a row of pins in practical life.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
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- containing two specified atoms or groups of atomsdimethyl ether; carbon dioxide
- a nontechnical equivalent of bi- 1 (def. 5c)