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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of don.


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  • Bristol Palin donned not one, but two looks on Monday night's "Dancing With The Stars."

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  • DiDonato again donned the pants in the family for her turn at Romeo.

    Le Rouge et le Noir

  • The 34-year-old once again donned a penguin beak and yellow flippers to highlight the plight of penguins and how they are affected by climate change.

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  • This time, Lowe again donned the stoplight-red jacket as a tribute to his coach, then showed there still was some magic left in it - and also in the building the coach called ` ` the Red Barn. '' - Men's Basketball - Marist vs. N.C. State

  • There, Lorenz first donned a kaffiyeh, an Arab headdress of folded cloth that's held on by a cord.

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  • "Bachmann's faith-based organization was over the top," said a campaign staffer who said he was not authorized to speak for the campaign and so could not give his name he donned a shirt embroidered with the phrase, "Jesus is Lord Over America".

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  • Gerry Adams, a northern Catholic who has led the Irish Republican movement for four decades, donned a kaffiyeh when he went to the Holy Land to make a TV documentary about

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  • He took hours to prepare his speech, fought back tears as he selected religious verses and then donned a kaffiyeh, an Arab headdress, before hitting record.

    The Seattle Times

  • And also, they kind of donned a little trash-talking, if you will, right, to the media?

    CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2008

  • In the United States, well-endowed pinup girls, including Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe, donned eye-popping bikinis for photo shoots.

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