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doe

the female of the deer, hare, rabbit, and certain other animals
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DOE

U.S. Department of Energy.
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doe

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(vertebrate zoology)
The adult female deer, antelope, goat, rabbit, or any other mammal of which the male is referred to as buck.
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DOE

Abbr. for the US Department of the Environment.
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DOE

Distributed Object Environment: a distributed object-oriented application framework from SunSoft.
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"We think this is the right approach and we applaud DOE's effort to bring more clarity and certainty to the regulatory process," says Diane Haggard, spokeswoman for Cheniere Energy.
The DOE has lately been flooded by export applications; thirty-one companies have asked the Energy Department for export permits.
Attorney Allison Kidd-Miller, representing DOE, contended that the fee is linked to electricity generation using nuclear power rather than to the waste repository.
Doe, 34, who was forced to miss ten months last year with sciatica, retired in typically lowprofile fashion after the condition flared up again following a fall at Kempton.