D. S. Mill
125 auditing company;
Danbury, gates of
Daphne and Wilma's
199, cafe where Conkling and Maxine go
143, fiber brokerage in Flatiron District of Manhattan, paid by hashslingrz
136, fixer for Russian Mafia; with March Kelleher, 159; 204;
2 = sanity
36, Justin & Lucas's project; "a journey" (a "departure") 37; Maxine takes a look, 68; 74-77, described; 85; 133; like Island of Meadows, 165;
Della Femina, Jodi
184 - In 1999 she published, to much fanfare, the Hamptons guidebook Jodi's Shortcuts. The book outraged plenty of Hamptons folks who aren't blue-chip Maidstone types, since it revealed all the sacred backroads detours through leafy neighborhoods off the Montauk highway. She is the daughter of Jerry Della Femina, a 60's "Madman" of Madison Avenue who wrote From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor: Front-Line Dispatches from the Advertising War which inspired the Mad Men TV series.
Deloitte & Touche
27, Dakota & Holiday Inn - deluxe Upper West Side apartment building, with health club; stone zombie, 28; the Back Elevator, 139;
7, documentary guy who began as a movie pirate back in the nineties; 57; ex-wife Gracie, 60; 80, paranoia; 90; at The Deseret, 140;
51, "sleazy old" in Times Square, NYC - 42nd Street in New York City (the southernmost part of Times Square). Back in the day, a center of total depravity, especially between 8th and 9th Avenue, but currently Disneyfied. More...
9, "Christian weight-loss program"
124 Gabriel Ice's roommate at Carnegie Mellon U.;
120 - Dōgen Zenji was a Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher born in Kyōto. He founded the Sōtō school of Zen in Japan after travelling to China and training under Rujing, a master of the Chinese Caodong lineage.
88 Dorval is an on-island suburb on the island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec, Canada.
68, Prince Vegeta, Goku and Gohan, Zarbon;
Droolin' Floyd Womack
14 - Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published by the American Psychiatric Association,provides a common language and standard criteria for the classification of mental disorders.
2 - involved or entangled, or to include; 128,
151 - (December 20, 1898 – September 4, 1990), an American film actress and singer of the 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s. Dunne was nominated five times for the Academy Award for Best Actress, for her performances in Cimarron (1931), Theodora Goes Wild (1936), The Awful Truth (1937), Love Affair (1939) and I Remember Mama (1948). She was named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1958. She had a rather shrill voice and a very fast vibrato.
14 - TV soap opera that ran from 1981-89