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Synonyms for dole

Synonyms for dole

assistance, especially money, food, and other necessities, given to the needy or dispossessed

dole out: to give out in portions or shares

Synonyms for dole

a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given

money received from the state

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Worries about Dole's campaign and the candidate led Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and CNBC talk show host, to ask - on the eve of Dole's nomination, ``is it worth losing everything that conservatives have worked for since Barry Goldwater just so Bob Dole can go down in flames?
With Republican ``friends'' like these, Dole had little cause to lash out at the ``liberal media'' by the campaign's end.
Not that Dole didn't try, really hard, and not just during his final 96-hour marathon.
Dole trailed Democrat William Roy during the 1974 senatorial campaign until Dole accused his opponent, a physician, of having performed abortions during his medical practice.
Dole remained a fierce supporter of a constitutional amendment (the "Human Life Amendment") to outlaw all abortions--a position he has since repudiated, though it remains in the 1996 GOP platform.
Dole favors school prayer, supporting President Ronald Reagan's 1984 constitutional amendment proposal, and he wants vouchers to support private and parochial schools.
Another friend explains that Dole didn't stop to have a family in part because she was so driven.
The case ended (after Dole departed the FTC) with Ford agreeing to put up signs in its showrooms and send out bulletins about a recall program.
Doles will be honored at a Washington Business Journal reception today at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, DC.
Those brunches at Washington hotels are the most socializing Dole and his wife do.
With little patience for deep-thinking philosophic rambles, Dole talks in shorthand to friends and staff alike.
Dole and running mate Jack Kemp spent the week in California, where the latest statewide Field Poll showed Clinton with a 10-point lead.
While refraining from overt comments on the Democrats' embarrassment after the sex-scandal-induced resignation of Dick Morris, the president's chief strategist, Dole still could not resist a zinger.
The online Dole Nutrition Newsletter and brochures including What You Need to Eat Everyday & Why.
Dole Nutrition Institute is a division of Dole Food Company, Inc.