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  1. Robert, 1693–1770, British colonial administrator in America: lieutenant governor of Virginia 1751–58.

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Dinwiddie wasn’t particularly good in Washington, and Bertāns has been a disaster since signing a new deal during the 2020 offseason.

Dinwiddie also provides insurance in case pending unrestricted free agent Jalen Brunson walks in the offseason.

Durant must prove he can remain durable, Irving must emerge as a more consistent defensive piece, and the key players around them, particularly LeVert and Dinwiddie, must accept and thrive in their diminished roles.

Dinwiddie and Prince are also out of the lineup with positive coronavirus tests, while Wilson Chandler opted out of the restart because of concerns for his family’s health.

Dinwiddie sincerely believed that the land upon which the French fort had been built was English territory.

Tramping thus through the wilderness in the dead of winter, Washington found out all Governor Dinwiddie wished.

Governor Dinwiddie's renewal of George's commission on his return, imposed immediate military duties upon him.

Governor Dinwiddie found it necessary to send an ambassador to the French on the Ohio, to inquire into their claims and purposes.

In these circumstances, Governor Dinwiddie found it difficult to secure a responsible party to accept the commission.