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dore

[də′rā]
(metallurgy)
Gold and silver bullion remaining in a cupeling furnace after removal of the oxidized lead.
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Throughout his career, Dore was sensitive to poverty, social misery, and human suffering.
Dore said the paper felt that the treatment was an even a graver insult to Broad than turning him into an asterisk and refusing to publish his image, adding that they went harder after Broad's five-wicket haul on the first day by calling him the 'Phantom Menace' and referring to him in reports as 27YEMP.
Mr Dore, 49, has been involved in greyhound racing his whole life, as dad Bill opened the Smallmead Stadium, in Reading, in 1975.
Dore said there will be very few renovations at the middle school - with costs estimated at $250,000 - and he expect no changes or expenses at Bartlett other than having 29,013 square feet of unused space.
The Dores moved often and wherever they lived, Dore worked.
In Saturday's concert, Dore will be cherry-picking from her previous albums as well as performing songs from her latest, The Hula Valley Songbook, a collection of classic, rare and exotic 1930s Americana.
A spokesman for the Dore Programme accepted the ruling but defended the evidence used by the company to back up its claims.
We can't figure out how Dr Dore forgot to mention the most important sample -- the vaginal swab," wonders Dr Sudhir Gupta, associate professor of forensic medicine at AIIMS.
Mr Quinnell said he experienced a life-changing transformation when he completed the Dore Programme in 2006.
Former Scotland winger Kenny, 36, credits the Dore Programme for helping him overcome the condition.
Wynford Dore, from Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire, made millions when he sold off his Ure-protection business.