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  • I had made some plans to work with a friend at a site called Dor, which is on the coast, below Haifa.

    Heritage in the Landscape of War

  • The happiness of the people of Dor is short-lived, though, when a well-intentioned rat named Roscuro (voiced by Dustin Hoffman) gets a little too close to the good smelling soup, and in a string of unfortunate events causes the demise of the queen of the kingdom.

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  • The river winds around below, and down to its edge the hills are tree-covered -- not there altogether with pines, but with rounded luxurious clumps of dark trees, recalling Doré's idea of a forest -- they are exactly Doré's trees.

    Impressions of a War Correspondent

  • The cabbie, identified as Dor, told Israel Radio that he chased the driver as he witnessed the attack.

    Bloodthirsty Liberal

  • The cab driver, identified as Dor, told Israel Radio that he chased the driver as he witnessed the attack, the Israeli daily Ha'aretz reported.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • I was kindly invited to by BT's Keith Dickerson and ETSI's Margot Dor to present during a board meeting session entitled "Hell's Kitchen: IMS and Web 2.0 Compete or Complete?"

    Paul Downey

  • The gaunt trees were hung with funereal mosses; they had huge elbows and shoulders, and long, thin arms, with skeleton fingers at the ends of them, that bore knots that looked like heads and faces such as Doré portrayed in his fantastic illustrations.

    In the Footprints of the Padres

  • The sender, identified as "Dor," is enraged with her husband, Michael A. Burklund.

    Phillies Zone

  • In March, a message from "Dor," this time attacking a neighbor, appeared online.

    Phillies Zone

  • In his previous films, whether it was 'Dor' or 'Iqbal', the music was heart-wrenching.


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