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- n. Variant of Dominique.
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- proper n. A male given name, a spelling variant of Dominic.
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- n. an American breed of chicken having barred gray plumage raised for meat and brown eggs.
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- n. American breed of chicken having barred grey plumage raised for meat and brown eggs
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Appearing on Pete Dominick's radio show (Dominick is a former Daily Show writer), Sanchez railed against "elite, Northeast establishment liberals" who "deep down, when they look at a guy like me, they see a guy automatically who belongs in the second tier, and not the top tier."
This was followed up by The Professional Numismatist Guild contributing an additional $2,500 to the reward, and dealer William Dominick is contributing an additional $10,000.
"He's Jewish," radio host Pete Dominick is heard saying in the clip.
But for my money, DiFara is the best, both for the taste of the pie, and the very satisfying experience of eating in Dominick's homey little joint.
"I didn't want to walk in alone so I called Dominick and I said, 'Would you take me to the party and would you stay with me the whole night?'
A local grocery store chain called Dominick's used to allow you to build your own six pack.
Safeway, the fourth-largest U.S. food retailer by sales, operates more than 1,700 grocery stores in the U.S. and Canada under banners such as Dominick's, Vons and Tom Thumb, in addition to its namesake outlets.
Safeway operates more than 1,700 grocery stores in the U.S. and Canada under names such as Dominick's, Vons and Tom Thumb, in addition to its namesake outlets.
There was holes here and there, some of 'em three feet deep, but about all the land needed now was a little rakin 'and fillin' in, such as Dominick could do in his spare time.
"Dominick," said Otto, next morning, after having solemnly and somewhat mysteriously led his brother to the old burial-ground, "would you believe me if I told you that last night, when you and the like of you were sound asleep, not to say snoring, I saw some twenty or thirty men fly from this spot like maniacs at the howling of a ghost?"