What does D stand for?
D stands for Denarius (Roman Coin)
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A denarius bore the image of Caesar, who demanded denarii in return.
Last season, Denarius Moore led the club with 741 receiving yards.
The sole survivor, a denarius, was an AD 139 issue from a year into the reign of Antoninus Pius (whose adoptive father was Hadrian).
With Montana leading 12-0 at halftime, Montana State gave a Bobcat Stadium-record crowd of 20,247 a flicker of hope when DeNarius McGhee connected with Oregon transfer Elvis Akpla on a seven-yard pass with 14:07 left in the third quarter.
The 146 silver denarius (ancient Roman) coins were discovered by a metal detector enthusiast in 2008, and were hidden inside a small clay pot.
Johan Christian Dahl's Mother and Child by the Sea, painted in 1840, and a Roman denarius coin, from about 43BC commemorating the murder of Julius Caesar were voted second and third favourites.
CASH J CROP Dave Crisp shows off hoard in Frome and, above, a silver Carausius denarius coin
The coin, a denarius, was identified at Harborough Museum, where it is on display, after it was unearthed in 2000.