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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoyendoy‧en /ˈdɔɪən/ noun [countable]  EXPERIENCEDthe oldest, most respected, or most experienced member of a groupdoyen of the doyen of sports commentators
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doyenThe booklet provides full translations, and an excellent introduction by the doyen of Handel scholars, Winton Dean.This is the burden of Blalock's views, one of the doyens of causal modelling and quantitative social research.Otherwise the doyen of all sports may not have much of a future.The doyen of Sydney is the Opera House.
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