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Synonyms for dory

a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled

marine fishes widely distributed in mid-waters and deep slope waters

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The medics had to wake Mr Dorey when they arrived at his house and, before they could find out what was wrong with him, he turned violent.
Dorey began his career at Wakefern in 2004 as manager of real estate, quickly progressing through the organization and holding several management positions in procurement, where he supported both the frozen foods and dairy divisions.
Generally, there is a proliferation of radio or wireless products which are operating in environments with sensitive equipment, and this equipment has to be protected," Dorey says.
One of his own major concerns, said Dorey, is the notion of a nation-to-nation relationship promised by the Prime Minster.
Since finishing and launching the site, Dorey Design Group has continued to work with Associated Designs to add additional features, and most recently completed a major site restructuring project to assist with search engine optimization.
When tasked with hiring the Santa who will pose with children at department store Macy's, Dorey enlists a man with the curious name of Kris Kringle, who claims to be Santa himself.
Dorey has occasionally made comments on blogs hosted by other vaccine-critical groups, including in other countries.
Dorey, 48, commanding officer of the USS Anzio (CG 68) and a 1982 graduate of Auburn High School, arrived in Boston Friday with his crew of nearly 300 sailors.
So says Martin Dorey, bubbly author and presenter of last year's BBC Two series One Man And His Campervan.
No party leader operates in a vacuum (even one as self-assured as Margaret Thatcher) and Mr Dorey is undoubtedly right to highlight the long-term history of competing trends within Conservatism at the expense of the traditional blow-by-blow narrative of Conservative administration after Conservative administration.
James Edwards, 27, attacked Tony Dorey - who has a phobia of snakes - as he went to tackle a blaze at a neighbour's home.
Overshadowed and neglected--perhaps because scholars are afraid that their interest might be interpreted as support--the subject was taken up by three authors affiliated as follows: Peter Dorey (British politics, Cardiff U.
30pm For newcomers, Martin Dorey is a vintage campervanlover and passionate foodie.
MicroEnsure communications manager David Dorey said: "The team at Gough Bailey Wright made the process of redeveloping the website for MicroEnsure a smooth and enjoyable journey.
William Dorey, president and CEO of Granite Construction, will retire Aug.