definition of dawg by The Free Dictionary

“There–there’s a little dawg,” said James, looking frightfully guilty.

See the chaps in a boat-race; look at the fellers in a fight; aye, look at a dawg killing rats–which is it wins?

“Nothing like blood, sir, in hosses, dawgs, AND men.

“Nary dawg. You-all can win my dust and dirt, but nary one of my dawgs.
The dynamite dawg is comparatively spicier and we enjoyed the shredded crab laid on the base of the bun.
A gifted author, Tia’s children’s book, “Jake The Road Dawg” has helped raise funds and awareness for her local chapter of The Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
The team believes that if its technology is later incorporated by chipmakers like Intel and AMD, DAWG could “restore our confidence in public cloud infrastructure, and hardware and software co-design will help minimize performance overheads.” Click here to read more about the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
“Jahvante Smart, also known to many of his fans as Smoke Dawg, passed away on the evening of June 30, 2018.
[USA], July 2 ( ANI ): Toronto rapper and Drake’s tourmate Smoke Dawg was shot dead at his home city on June 30 in a gang-related violence.
Raised in Compton, California, Lamar embarked on his musical career as a teenager under the stage name K-Dot, releasing a mixtape that garnered local attention and led to his signing with indie record label Top Dawg Entertainment.
She’s also a huge fan of other artists under the Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE) label, like ScHoolboy Q and Sza, whose shows she also watches.
The smart Jazzy hip-hop of A Tribe Called Quest sounds more relevant than ever, thanks to politically charged songs like “We the People” and “The Donald” (actually a tribute to late member Phife Dawg) which can be heard on their new album, “We Got It From Here…

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