- n. Plural form of dop.
“All he had were handtools: gravers, tiny thin kerf saws, jewel cleavers, bruters and dops.”
“And while short movies could afford extra and dops on one disk the long movies couldn't presto117 but there's absolutely no excuse for not having the special features on a second disc instead of "we want your money twice." hell, Watchmen was nearly 3 hours and there's two versions of it on one disc of the blu-ray, so that excuse doesn't really hold up either. odvan”
“The road seemed wider and there were fewer trees; it was now filled with food stalls and waiting moto-dops.”
“I was scareded that peeps might fink I gotted mad cause of teh dops!”
“It was a laboratory of dops and wheels and mortars and pestles, scaifes in lignum vitae and sieves, filled with gray light, through which streamed filaments of the white and powdery diamond dust that had escaped.”
“He'll actually push the button that dops the countdown ball to 2006.”
“We had thunder towards evening, and a few dops of rain fell, but not sufficient to moderate the temperature, the heat continuing as oppressive as before.”
“On Saturday afternoon, after a few dops, Ernest Kitsi was having difficulty ordering his thoughts.”
“Deet darking dis duh dight dor dootordists duss das dus dops and dus dands dar dare door dee dee dee ... and what if the google car caught a picture of the person taking a picture of the person taking this ...”
“For, if we muft LoVe no - thing but what is tovely, - pnd nothing is Lovely but what is our Qood, and no - thing IS our Good but what dops us Good, and nothing does us Good but what caufes plcadife in us 5 may we no! E by the fame \Yay 6f arguing lay.”
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