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- interchangeable with `means'' in the expression `by dint of''
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- interchangeable with `means' in the expression `by means of'
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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Dint'
- Dint: Dint may refer to: William Colbeck (gangster) (1890-1943), American gangster nicknamed "Dint" Dint Island, Antarctica
- Dinting railway station: Dinting railway station serves the village of Dinting near Glossop in Derbyshire, England. The station is on the Manchester-Glossop Line 12¼ miles (20 km)
- Dint Island: Dint Island is a rocky island, 3 kilometres (1.5 nmi) long. Probably first seen from the air by the United States Antarctic Service, 1939–41, it was first
- Dinting Viaduct: Dinting Viaduct is a 19th-century railway viaduct in Glossopdale in Derbyshire, England, and carries the Glossop Line over a valley at the village of
- Dintal-e Habibabad: Dintal-e Habibabad (Persian: دينتل حبيب اباد, also Romanized as Dīntal-e Ḩabībābād; also known as Dīntal) is a village in Sarrud-e Shomali Rural District
- Dinting: school, Dinting C of E, located near the viaduct. The 1st Dinting Scout Group has been very active since 1938. The village is served by Dinting railway
- Kurt Dinter: Moritz Kurt Dinter (10 June 1868 in Bautzen – 16 December 1945 in Neukirch/Lausitz), was a German botanist and explorer in South West Africa. He attended
- Dinter: Dinter is a German surname meaning "manufacturer of ink". Notable people with the surname include: Artur Dinter (1876–1948), German writer and Nazi politician
- Higher Dinting: Higher Dinting is a village in Glossopdale, Derbyshire, England, UK, near Glossop, Dinting, and Dinting Vale. Higher Dinting was the site of the Dinting Railway
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