She must get through the day without him, ding, dong, she must get through all the years!
We must keep far away from them, and if your people take Dong we can then join them if we like.
They will fight tomorrow at Dong, as I told you, but the main body is not far from here.
William already had arrived, and with Pete and Dong Ling had opened the house.
In the old days, under Dong Ling's rule, there had been no gas stove.
Dong Duong, about twenty kilometres to the south of Mi-son, marks the site of the ancient capital Indrapura.
And now the bell across the street began to ring its foolish chime—Richard was not coming, ding, dong.
Donga, dong′ga, n. the South African name for a channel or gully formed by the action of water.
Then they turned the other two tiers all upon him, and at it both sides went ding, dong, till the guns were too hot to be worked.
Other deep toned bells joined in; they were tolling in solemn concert—ding, dong!