Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river, about 282 km (175 mi) long, of Albania flowing north and west to the Adriatic Sea.

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Examples

  • It is separated by the White Drin from the Moslem tribe of Ljuma on the one side, and on the other marches with the Moslem Krasnich.

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  • However, I did think the scene where Drin resuscitated Mary while she was sealed in his enormous beak was pushing it a little too much.

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  • He is told now that Drin is gone, he is to be eaten by a school of sharks.

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  • Unfortunately, Arthur's "brother", Drin, gets too close to the boat's rotors, and is killed by accident.

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  • The sea captain, a much kinder soul than the one's from earlier, prepares to mercy kill it, but Arthur grabs Drin and takes him under.

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  • "All of which I understand," Drin admitted without of­fense.

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  • "It is a fact that certain mammals act far differently in clusters than they do when isolated," Drin said somberly.

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  • "All of which I understand," Drin admitted without of-fense.

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  • Aegean and from the Black Sea to the river Drin in Albania; it received a considerable coast-line on the Aegean and abutted on the Gulf of Salonica under the walls of that town.

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  • Suha Reka on the left bank of the White Drin there used to be one hundred and fifty Christian houses, but that he only found thirty-six or thirty-seven Christian women, the men having all gone over to

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