Light turbojet-powered transport aircraft, Hawker Siddely [UK]
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[ Latin dominus
master. See Don
A schoolmaster; a pedagogue. [ Scot.] « This was Abel Sampson, commonly called, from occupation as a pedagogue, Dominie
Sampson.» Sir W. Scott. 2.
A clergyman. See Domine
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• (n.) A schoolmaster; a pedagogue. • (n.) A clergyman. See Domine, 1.
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Dominie is a Scots language and Scottish English term for a Scottish schoolmaster usually of the Church of Scotland but sometimes of other presbyterian churches in Scotland. This title was also used by the Dutch Reformed Church. ==Origin== It comes from the Latin domine (vocative case of Dominus `Lord, Master`) and is equivalent to the Dutch Dom..
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