The house is a gentlemen's residence that still retains aspects of the charm conjured up by du Maurier in her magnificent story of life in the late Victorian era.
What does duM stand for?
duM stands for du Maurier (cigarette brand)
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We have 13 other meanings of duM in our Acronym Attic
- Dublin University Lawn Tennis Club
- Duke University Linux Users Group (Durham, North Carolina)
- Dayton Urban League Young Professionals (Ohio)
- Denver Urban League Young Professionals (Denver, CO)
- Database Upgrade Manual
- Depleted Upper Mantle (geochemistry)
- Desktop Unified Messaging
- Differential Unitary Modulation
- Domains under Management (website domain names)
- Dorsal Unpaired Median (neurophysiology)
- Detect Unintended Memory Access (open-source library)
- Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (Australian Institute of Criminology; research study)
- Duke University Museum of Art
- Deep Underwater Muon And Neutrino Detector
- Developing Urban Management And Safety (UK)
- Drexel Unix-Based Microcomputer Image Analysis System (neuroscience)
- Deep Underground Military Base
- Disasters Usually Motivate Backups
- Duke University Marching Band
- Dynamic Universal Music Bibliotheque (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Doll' - one of 13 du Maurier short stories to be published in a new anthology, was discovered by Ann Willmore.
But why did du Maurier write her novel in the first place, asks Harris, who claims that Manderley developed out of Menabilly, a large, rather ghostly house which du Maurier found hidden in dense woods near Fowey, Cornwall.
Jamaica Inn, the book of the same name by Daphne Du Maurier, has added to the mysticism.
99 IT is 1957 and Daphne du Maurier wanders alone through her remote mansion on the Cornish coast.
Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier, was the favourite from the South.
Du Maurier, an illustrator and writer, was the grandfather of novelist Rebecca Du Maurier and illustrated Mrs Gaskell's novel Cranford.