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dory

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1. any spiny-finned marine teleost food fish of the family Zeidae, esp the John Dory, having a deep compressed body
2. another name for walleye (the fish)

dory

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US and Canadian a flat-bottomed rowing boat with a high bow, stern, and sides
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2 to lend his support in Sam Sinclair's fight to keep his status in the Federal Court of Canada -- Sinclair is contesting a decision by the Indian Registrar that he should be stripped of his status because one of his ancestors may have been enfranchised -- Dorey met with Windspeaker to discuss his new job.
We see this realignment as a positive approach to ensure that our expertise is deployed properly to allow us to capture all of the profit potential on this large work," Dorey added.
Dorey held that position during the struggle to have Aboriginal peoples included in the 1982 Constitution Act with guaranteed collective Aboriginal rights.
The start of the autumn term has seen Nick Dorey take the helm at Kings Monkton School in Cardiff.
Mr Dorey's parents, Alan and Debbie Dorey, have travelled to the US to assist in searches for their son.
Dorey and wanted to put up a special tribute two years after her death from pancreatic cancer.
Brooke is a fourth grandchild for grandparents, Lynne and Tony Talbott, and a ninth grandchild for Pearl Dorey and George Perkins.
It's a combination of recent developments, not just Powley," Dorey said referring to the recent Supreme Court decision that brought life to the concept that Metis people have constitutional Aboriginal rights, specifically the right to hunt for food.
Dorey also was recognized in Best Lawyers based on his outstanding work in corporate law matters.
Nick Dorey, formerly headteacher at Bethany School in Kent, takes over as head of Kings Monkton in September.
Nick Dorey, chairman of the Society of Headmasters and Headmistresses of Independent Schools (SHMIS) said: "I doubt that there is a single independent school in the country that isn't thinking very seriously about what might happen in the future.
Jack and Sylvia Dorey met in Middlesbrough's town hall crypt while roller-skating and married in St Barnabas Church, Linthorpe on March 19, 1949.