- n. A surname of Irish origin.
“Dale Dougherty is the editor and publisher of MAKE, and general manager of the Maker Media division of O'Reilly Media.”
“Macon Blair put together some costume sketches, handed them off to our costume designer, Erin Dougherty, and she took it from there.”
“Owner Colin Dougherty believes that the Italian scooters are a natural for Charlottesville, because, he asserts, “traffic is almost as bad as it is in Philadelphia.””
“Darin Dougherty, the founder of Seed Architecture, sent us an email to let us know about a house in Portland, Oregon they’ve designed, which is attempting to achieve LEED Platinum status.”
“In the Boston Globe, Robin Dougherty interviews executive director Judy Norsigian about changes in awareness about women’s health and issues that are just as important today as they were 30 years ago.”
“In the Boston Globe, Robin Dougherty  interviews executive director Judy Norsigian about changes in awareness about women’s health and issues that are just as important today as they were 30 years ago.”
“We were also informed by family members that they do have a large arsenal and when we searched the house, there were no weapons or any ammunition left so we know they took them with them. dash-cam video of the high-speed chase that launched the nationwide manhunt to find the siblings, dubbed the Dougherty Gang.”
“The three siblings, dubbed the Dougherty Gang, were allegedly driving as fast as 100 miles per hour on Aug. 2 when a Zephyrhills, Fla., police officer attempted to pull them over.”
“One of the inspectors who was present that day, Steve Wessler, called Dougherty's admonitions deeply disappointing.”
“It is not about being right or wrong," Bushart recalled Dougherty as saying.”
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