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Drem is sometimes a misspelling of dream.
- Drem is a small village in East Lothian, Scotland. It is approximately 20 miles east of Edinburgh and is close to Haddington, North Berwick, Dirleton and Gullane. It has a railway station on the Edinburgh to North Berwick line with hourly service between those points and occasional service to Glasgow. The station is the last before the single track North Berwick line branches off the East Coast Mainline.
- part of United Kingdom
- Drem a.k.a. Drem railway station serves the village of Drem in East Lothian, 5 miles from the seaside town of North Berwick in Scotland. It is located on the East Coast Main Line 18 miles east of Edinburgh Waverley. Passenger services are provided on the First ScotRail North Berwick Line, and the junction where the North Berwick branch diverges from the ECML is a short distance to the east of the station.
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"Drem" is a composition.
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... Five Per Cent Case (1916)
Letters from the Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission, Transmitting, in Response to a Senate Resolution of March 23, 1914, a Copy of All Evidence Introduced and All Exhibits Received at Hearings Before the Interstate Commerce Commission in Docket Number 5860 by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission, James Shanklin Harlan
mackerel, plaice-, coal fish, ijurneis, eels, flounders, station to station, owner's risk, 3-ton loads, by passenger or special fish train, per ton <Drem to London, 377 miles. Drem is an inland place from which fish traffic is not forwarded to London.) ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
An'drem( p)t, ( )An'drimd AM on'drimd undreamed-of BR ()An'drimdov AM on'drimdov ...
A Universal Alphabet, Grammar, and Language; comprising a scientific classication of the radical elements of discourse, and illustrative translations, to which is added a Dictionary of the Language (1856)
by George EDMONDS (Attorney, of London.)
Demvinoo, Coventry bells, drem vinoo, throat-wort. Gemvinoo, mervail of Peru, gremvinoo, thorn apple. Temvinoo, rampion, tremvinoo, bell-flower. Demvinoo, fox-glove, drem vinoo, oily purging pulse. Penvinoo, tobacco, prenvinoo, hen- bane.
Volume 37 - Pipeline Flow: Basics to Piping Design by John J. McKetta Jr
DREM. Inc., Houston. Texas: Pipeline Leak Detection Using SCADA ...
Middle English Dictionary (2001)
by Hans Kurath, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis
wode drem (s.v. wod(e adj. 5. (a)). [OE woden-dream] Madness, insane folly. (a!415) Wycl. Lantern 38/11: O vanitas vanitatum & non vanior quam insanior, fulget ecclesia in parietibus & eget in pauperibus. .O vanite among alle vanites ...
by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat
Drem, sb. joyful sound, S ; see Dreem. Draf, pt. s. drove, Sa ; see Drlnen. Draf, sb. draff, husks, dregs, MD, C3, PP, Cath. ; draft*, JD; draffe, PP; draft, Wi.- Icel. draf. Dragen, v. to draw, S; drab, imp. t., S, S 2 ; drahen, pp., S; see Drawen. Dragge ...
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Scrabble value of D2R1E1M3
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine