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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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In this consultation, Dory worked as the translator to communicate not only the information in French, but also her own ideas to Heath.
Once in a home we are sure Dory will settle and continue to come out of her shell.
Hunky Dory is bathed in a golden glow to mirror the intense heat of that glorious summer when the nation was officially in a state of drought leading to a hosepipe ban.
Hunky Dory fits right into the High School Musical genre, although Billy Elliot producer Jon Finn and My Little Eye director Marc Evans began discussing the idea long before the TV shows had become so popular.
The only downside is that Dory no believes I can do absolutely anythin she wants to meet Winnie the Poo next.
The trust said that it was only the second John Dory to have been recorded on the Northumberland coastline since records began.
Dory, who pushed her to the ground and covered her body with his own, took a bullet "point blank to the head," just feet away from where Giffords fell and 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green died.
Mark Le Provost, 22, from St Peter Port in Guernsey, took a boat-fishing trip and caught an 8lb 1oz 10dms dory on an 8ft Shakespeare rod over the Great Bank, east of Guernsey.
When you go to this homelike restaurant, ask for the lightly grilled John Dory fillets that arrive atop a bed of the best mashed potato in the city and is bathed in a light mustard sauce.
Summary: BEIRUT: Michel Aoun and Walid Jumblatt "have become pillars of the Syrian regime," according to Chouf MP Dory Chamoun.
An album from singer David Bowie was the inspiration for the name of Hunky Dory, one of three homes built by Chris and Mandy Williams at Tern View on the edge of Market Drayton.
When you consider that Dory writes this about someone he's been with for 13 years and that Doty earns his living writing poetry and memoirs, his tepid description of his relationship with his partner is even more striking.