- From French douer, from Latin dotare. (Wiktionary)
“Yet the dow is still well above 10,000 up from 6,000 when bush left.”
“This means that with a Neighbornode you can broadcast a message to roughly everyone whose apartment window is within 300 feet of yours (and has line of sight), and they can broadcast messages back to you.”
“The man at the wheel lifted a bleary eye and blinked; then, unsteadily touching his forehead, answered: "Fe 'dow'-shtairs, shir.”
“Tao pronounced dow, rhymes with cow is the Way, the laws and principles of the universe.”
“There was an incident involving a dow, which is what these traditional boats that are about 30 feet long in the Persian Gulf that are used to ferry cargo in and around the Persian Gulf.”
“The Obama Administration has helped many Right wing Families with tax cuts for the middle class, reduced home foreclosures, saved many jobs, Put pressure on wallstreet and the banks with REGULATION, Health care for all soon and The dow has recovered.”
“Then, when you're stable, they might send you home with something to help you keep food dow...”
“You will cry when the dow hits 14,000 again before the 2012 elections and jobs are once again being created and all economic indicators turn upwards.”
“They did a jon dow thingy on an IP address hooked up to a refrigerator remotly monitored.”
“To my life partner, Old John Argent, thanks for caring about truth and justice and the dow/tao.”
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