from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- In the Bible, a son of Jacob and the forebear of one of the tribes of Israel.
- n. Archaic Used formerly as a title of honor for respected men, such as clerics and poets.
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- n. A title of respect: Sir, Master.
- proper n. Fifth son of Jacob, by his wife's handmaid Bilhah.
- proper n. One of the Israelite tribes, descended from Dan.
- proper n. A male given name of biblical origin.
- proper n. A nickname for Daniel.
- proper n. A surname.
Ted and dan were upstairs, they rebooked, Dan to SF, Ted to Oakland.
Simplified seb: @Dan Wilson Thanks for your frankness Dan, I honestly apprec ...
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FORMER U.S. VICE-PRESIDENT DAN QUAYLE TO VISIT S.A. JOHANNESBURG, Aug 6 (Reuter) - Former U.S. vice-president Dan
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YELLED DAN. "]" Hold back! "yelled Dan, as he saw Ralph sit bewildered in the saddle.
He was wanted for a drug violation in Snohomish County in late December 1974, and he had been working in Renton under the alias Dan Leslie Kile to avoid apprehension.
It all goes back to the stormy night of Nov. 24, 1971, when a man using the name Dan Cooper boarded a plane in Portland, Ore., bound for Seattle.
A man who in 1971, under the name Dan Cooper, bought a plane ticket in Portland, Oregon, for a Seattle-bound flight on Northwest Orient Airlines seized control of the plane by claiming to have a bomb.
He used the name Dan Cooper, believed to be an alias, but a reporter heard it as D. B. Cooper, and that name has stuck.
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