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What does DOG stand for?

DOG stands for Delusions of Grandeur

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This may sound like the script for a political satire or a comedy show but in Cyprus it is for real and despite the catastrophes it has brought upon the country over the decades the delusions of grandeur and lack of a sense of perspective still reigns supreme.
WORLD BOG SNORKELLING CHAMPIONSHIPS, LLANWRTYD WELLS (AUGU UST) from all peat [bar] NO, that's not delusions of grandeur, people really do come f over the globe to take part in this competition on the dense bogs of small-town Powys.
These dark weeks when winter bites have in recent campaigns always had the habit of putting the freeze on any delusions of grandeur the Bluebirds might be harbouring.
In Vonnegut's story, Harrison Bergeron is a brilliant, massive 14-year-old freak driven to delusions of grandeur by the shackles, weights, and disfiguring uniform he is forced to wear to ensure that his abilities do not exceed anyone else's.
London, Oct 18 (ANI): The man, who was accused of punching former X Factor winner Leona Lewis at a book signing, is suffering from paranoia and delusions of grandeur, it has emerged.