American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dine, Jim Born 1935. American artist noted for his autobiographical paintings and sculptures of everyday objects such as tools and bathrobes.
“Snap and Dine is a single use three-course table setting that integrates disposable cutlery with traditional silverware.”
“New York based designer Nick Dine is a principle of Dine Murphy Wood, a firm specializing in interior architecture and product design.”
“We also discovered, to her intense delight, that Enid, when reversed, makes "Dine" -- a pleasant word but”
“It never occurred to me to call Dine's viewpoint anti-sex because I agree with her that anti-sex and anti-porn are separate topics.”
“Announcing a three-month public-awareness campaign called Dine 4 AZ, they said going to restaurants supports businesses and helps preserve jobs.”
“I come from the Apaches called Dine, and my favorite thing to do is dance," she says.”
“Global news coverage started shortly after the attack when trainer Dawn Brancheau drowned while being dragged underwater by a 12,000-pound killer whale named Tilikum during a show called Dine with Shamu.”
“The "Kids Stay, Dine and Play Free" offer that has been available to Disney Rewards Visa cardholders has now been extended to the general public, but without the "Dine" part of the offer.”
“In Germany, where it airs on Vox five days a week, Granada Germany has made 1,000 episodes of "Dine," in which amateur chefs host a dinner party and compete for a cash prize.”
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