from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of dory.


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  • Cochenour's girlfriend, Dorrie, is a nice go-between character, at times unexpectedly knowledgeable and sympathetic to Audee.

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  • Doris in the family register of Father Silas Daunt, and "Dorrie" in the good graces of Brother Coventry Daunt.

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  • Reservist Dorothy "Dorrie" Carskadon of Rockford, Ill., was critically injured.

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  • A special thank you to "Dorrie" for her review of the Rocketfish RF-WHTIB Wireless Speaker Kit. Home Theater

  • "Dorrie," said Jack, "Sir Thorald and Lady Hesketh think that we all should start for Paris by the early train.

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  • 'Dorrie' is really a strong piece of work -- a decidedly interesting story. "

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  • "'Dorrie' is an extremely touching and realistic picture of Liverpool life.

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  • "I'm not a clinician but there is some PTSD going on here," said Dorrie Durand, a Red Cross caseworker who is assisting tornado victims and is also running the hurricane shelter.

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  • Yesterday I started with Dorrie Greenspan's chocolate chip cookie recipe.

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  • I am also permanent friends with her sister, Dorrie Hall, dealer in many interesting objets, mainly Western.



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