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FAMILY NAME
Dies (surname); Dies (disambiguation)

Dies         
·pl of Die.
Dies (deity)         
PERSONIFICATION OF DAY, AND THE ROMAN COUNTERPART OF THE GREEK GODDESS HEMERA
Dies (mythology)
In Roman mythology, Dies (Latin diēs "day") was the personification of day. She was the daughter of Chaos and Caligo (Mist), and the counterpart of the Greek goddess Hemera.
Albert Christoph Dies         
GERMAN ARTIST (1755-1822)
Christoph Albert Dies; Albert Christoph Thies
Albert Christoph Dies (175528 December 1822) was a German painter, engraver, and biographer most noted for his biography of Joseph Haydn, although it is now considered sentimental and not entirely accurate. As an artist, he is also not very well-regarded.

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Dies

Dies may refer to:

  • Dies (deity), the Roman counterpart of the Greek goddess Hemera, the personification of day, daughter of Nox (Night) and Erebus (Darkness).
  • Albert Christoph Dies (1755–1822), German painter, composer, and biographer
  • Josh Dies (born 1983), American singer, songwriter, musician and author
  • Martin Dies Jr. (1900–1972), Texas politician
  • Martin Dies Sr. (1870–1922), Texas politician
  • Die (integrated circuit), when used plurally
Pronunciation examples for Dies
1. dies.
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2. Somebody dies.
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3. She dies.
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4. One dies.
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5. He dies.
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Examples of use of Dies
1. When its partner dies, it dies too, from instinct.
2. Yes, if Airfix dies, a little part of a traditional English childhood dies with it.
3. It was he who once quipped: "He who dies rich, dies disgraced." Others have followed suit.
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5. "I feel yuck," she declared–Later she said: "A coward dies a thousand times, a hero dies but once.