darling

  1. a special loved one
  2. an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River

Darling

[fragrance] Darling is a women`s fragrance from Coty, Inc., and the first perfume to be endorsed by Kylie Minogue, released on 9 November 2006. The perfume was designed by Thierry Wasser from Firmenich. Wasser wanted to create a perfume which reflects the Australian singer: the key notes are Australian sandalwood, star fruit, freesia and Bo...
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Darling

[n] - a special loved one 2. [n] - an Australian river
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Darling

Dar'ling noun [ Middle English derling , deorling , Anglo-Saxon deórling ; deóre dear + -ling . See Dear , and -ling .] One dearly beloved; a favorite. « And can do naught but wail her darling's loss.» Shak.
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Darling

Dar'ling adjective Dearly beloved; regarded with especial kindness and tenderness; favorite. 'Some darling science.' I. Watts. ' Darling sin.' Macaulay.
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darling

favorite noun a special loved one
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Darling

• (a.) Dearly beloved; regarded with especial kindness and tenderness; favorite. • (n.) One dearly beloved; a favorite.
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Darling

(from the article `1965: Best Actress`) Other Nominees Original Screenplay: Frederic Raphael for DarlingAdapted Screenplay: Robert Bolt for Doctor ZhivagoCinematography, Black-and-White: Ernest Laszlo ... ...first major film role was in director John Schlesinger`s Billy Liar (1963). In 1965 she found stardom and won an Academy Award f...
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Darling

Darling, river, 1,702 mi (2,739 km) long, rising in the Eastern Highlands, NE New South Wales and SE Queensland, Australia, and flowing SW across New South Wales into the Murray River at Wentworth. It is the longest river in Australia. Although it receives numerous tributaries in its upper course, t...
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Darling

Type: Term Pronunciation: dar′ling Definitions: 1. Samuel Taylor, U.S. physician in Panama, 1872-1925. See: Darling disease
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Darling

(river) River in southeast Australia, a tributary of the River Murray; length 2,736 km/1,700 mi. The Darling is formed about 40 km/25 mi northeast of Bourke, at the union of the Culgoa and Bogan rivers (which rise in central Queensland to the west of the Great Dividing range); ...
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Darling

Darling is a term of endearment of Anglo-Saxon origin. Darling or Darlin` or Darlings may also refer to: ==People== ==Places== ==Films and television== ==Music== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ==Other uses== ...
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Darling

After the city designated viticulture area (District) in the far west South Africa 75 km north of Cape Town. It belongs to the Coastal Region and includes the Ward Groenekloof. The climate is positively influenced by its proximity to the cooling Atlantic. Darling is known for its fine fruity wines from Sauvignon Blanc.
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Darling

[software] Darling is a free and open source software application that aims to allow applications designed for OS X to run on the Linux operating system. Darling is a compatibility layer, like Wine. It duplicates functions of OS X by providing alternative implementations of the libraries and frameworks that OS X programs call. This method o...
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