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  • Dolling out $52 million to charities last year alone.

    CNN Transcript May 26, 2006

  • “And they were a German cardinal by the name of Dolling ... or Dowling ... or — —”

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  • In 1961 Gerald Dolling arrived after studies at Cambridge and Harwell (with G.L. Squires); he is the only person among those mentioned who is still active in the group.

    Bertram N. Brockhouse - Autobiography

  • Hawker, Hook, Robertson, Dolling, and scores of others; but none touched life at more points, none became so truly national a figure as Charles

    Victorian Worthies Sixteen Biographies

  • Barney hadn't any news except that they had moved the Fair successfully to Dolling Hill at Rilloby, and that Tonnerre seemed to have recovered his temper and had spent a happy afternoon spring-cleaning his two elephants.

    The Rilloby Fair Mystery

  • Gordon or Dolling, Booth or Stopford Brooke, are all equally admirable, however diverse the roots from which they grow.

    The Vital Message

  • "And they were a German cardinal by the name of Dolling ... or Dowling ... or ----"

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  • Catherine Booth; to Father Dolling, to these Christs of the wayside, and it turns more and more from the kind of Christ who lives in churches and nowhere else.

    The World's Great Sermons, Volume 10 Drummond to Jowett, and General Index

  • The beautiful aspect of social life is fortunately not to be found in buildings and ceremonies only, and no Winchester boy used to come back uninfluenced from a visit to Father Dolling in the slums of

    Human Nature in Politics Third Edition

  • Each creed has brought out men who were an honour to the human race, and Manning or Shrewsbury, Gordon or Dolling, Booth or

    The Vital Message

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