[ US /ˈdɔsən/ ]
  1. a town in northwestern Canada in the Yukon on the Yukon River; a boom town around 1900 when gold was discovered in the Klondike
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  • The film also stars Jared Leto as Alexander's special boyhood chum, Rosario Dawson as his sex-starved wife, Angelina Jolie as his nagging mother and Val Kilmer as his abusive father.
  • Peter said, signaling to the waiter: "When I got that letter from Mrs. Dawson I felt sick, positively _sick_. Working Murder
  • Christine returned to Dawson Fold to help her father manage the farm and run the shop.
  • And ... that's all; I put my eggs ashore from the boat at Dawson. THE ONE THOUSAND DOZEN
  • Woodrow and Aiden Tyler Dawson are childhood friends whose aimlessness in day-to-day life is matched only by their passion for building flame-spewing machinery to "prepare for the apocalypse. Farihah Zaman: SXSW 2011 Dispatch Two: Coming of Age to a Theater Near You
  • Dawson drew up her list after a poll for laundry experts Beckmann found almost three quarters of women now opt for "nude" underwear - which means they have "nothing to hide".
  • Shortly afterwards, Dawson received an invitation to speak at a scientific conference.
  • In Dawson, White Fang becomes an attraction, and people come to see the wild beast in the cage.
  • Like, there was this little capuchin monkey named Crystal, and then [after seeing the film] 'Whoa, that's Adam Sandler, ''' laughs Dawson.
  • Liverpool, then, seemed to be growing in confidence, Luis Suárez - booked early on for a kick out at Michael Dawson - beginning to work his fleet-footed, impish magic, nutmegging opponents, his electricity jolting the Kop awake. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
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