Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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A variant of Davids.

Examples

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • IU president Herman Wells received a memo from an alum dated March 4, 1941, recommending that IU “check out” Davage Minor, saying “he is a senior at Gary Froebel High School, and while he is colored, your school might no doubt be glad to get him.”

    Getting Open

  • Davage is right like AWhite House press secretary Gibbs was right, when he swore that Martha Coakley would win in Massachusetts.

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  • Davage is right like AWhite House press secretary Gibbs was right, when he swore that Martha Coakley would win in Massachusetts.

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  • Davage: In the perfect world the political parties will uphold the Electoral Code of Conduct but please get in touch the with reality the world is not perfect and the political parties are made out oh humans which is even less perfect.

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  • Davage: In the perfect world the political parties will uphold the Electoral Code of Conduct but please get in touch the with reality the world is not perfect and the political parties are made out oh humans which is even less perfect.

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