Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A rich white kind of cheese made in Scotland out of unskimmed milk: so called from the parish of Dunlop in Ayrshire.

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Examples

  • We found the river held a south-west course, and appeared to be making for the central space between a high land, which I called Dunlop's Range, at

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  • Just Get a Tattoo: Only in Vegas … Dunlop is offering a free set of four tires for folks willing to don the Dunlop logo or tread pattern for life.

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  • Connor Dunlop, son of former NHL player Blake Dunlop, is captain.

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  • Dunlop is from St. Louis with plans to go to college and then, he said, '' whatever presents itself after that. ''

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  • Dunlop is now, after almost 33 years, at rest amongst the verdant slopes of the gentle hills of Arlington National Cemetery.

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  • Paul Newman’s performance as down on his luck Coach Reggie Dunlop is a reactive, low-key portrayal.

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  • Workers feel the intimidation: According to the recent report by the federal Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations known as the Dunlop Commission, “79 percent say it is likely that employees who seek union representation will lose their jobs, and 41 percent of nonunion workers say they think they might lose their own jobs if they tried to organize.”

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  • From that time on, number 3014 was always known as the Dunlop house.

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  • Like Colonel Bovey, Mr. Dunlop is in charge of that work for the Province of Ontario.

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  • The payment was part of Clarke's sponsorship deal with Dunlop, which is one of Sport's Direct's many leisure clothing brands.

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  • One for the cheese listers...

    April 19, 2011