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Synonyms for dolman

a hussar's jacket worn over the shoulders

a woman's cloak with dolman sleeves

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Expert Dr Paul Dolman revealed a recent published census of roe and muntjac deer has proved numbers have soared.
Dr Dolman led a census of deer populations across 145 square miles of woods and heathland in East Anglia.
The uncomfortable moment generated interest in Nancy Dolman, Martin Short's wife.
Dolman studied business at Clark Atlanta University and then attained a second bachelor's in interior design from the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1999.
On 94 minutes Castle came to collect a cross then opted to punch only for the ball to fall for Dolman to tap in.
Dolman is set to appear at the event alongside legendary pop star Blondie, Jeff Lynne's ELO and chart-topping sensation Paloma Faith.
Titles shortlisted for the Dolman Travel Book Of The Year include: The Last Man in Russia: And the Struggle to Save a Dying Nation, by Oliver Bullough; The Broken Road: From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos by Patrick Leigh Fermor; Under Another Sky: Journeys in Roman Britain by Charlotte Higgins; American Smoke by Iain Sinclair; Consolations of the Forest: Alone in a Cabin in the Middle Taiga by Sylvian Tesson; and O My America
ACCOLADE: Martin Thompson and Alison Dolman with the award
Newport fly-half Dan Griffiths landed four first-half penalties but his opposite number Phil Dolman failed with a number of kickable attempts.
NORTHAMPTON: Bunn, Little, Jackman, Dolman (Hughes 46), Brett Johnson, Hayes (Gilligan 68), Crowe, Coke, Jones, Bowditch, Kirk (Henderson 61).
Gillian Dolman, who works for Michael Bell and had driven the horsebox up, said: "It is better accommodation than at some racecourses, and there were only two of us in our dormitory.
Daniel Dolman, 15, went missing on Friday from his home in Bickersteth Close, Stockton, where he lives with his aunt.
When Edward Dolman joined Christie's International as a lowly art handler in 1984, his motivation was as much about a passion for rugby as an interest in art.
The visitors did manage two penalties from Phil Dolman but fell further behind to a Gareth Miles try just after the break.
Dolman (comparative military studies, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies) asks whether there is an operational theory of war, and if so, why cull from a broader theory of war a unique and meaningful operational one.