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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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Dory's has proved popular in the area, with many students and workers popping in to choose a quick bite from the extensive menu.
For the first time ever in Cardiff, discover the true meaning of family with everyone's favourite forgetful fish, Dory, as she searches the deep blue sea for her parents with a little help from Marlin and Nemo in Finding Dory.
Much-loved films from years gone by will be shown too, including Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Moana and Finding Dory.
EVERYONE'S favourite forgetful fish, Dory, is appearing in Disney on Ice for the first time.
com NEMO AND DORY DAY Date: Saturday 15 September Location: Exploris Aquarium, Portaferry Oh no Nemo lost Dory!
A NEW fish and chip restaurant, John Dory's, has opened in Quorn.
Dory is the youngest of three children who lives in a world where reality and imagination merge.
Dory learned from her students that some seniors at the school posted pictures online, depicting themselves from the waist up, dressed only in brassieres.
In the sequel, Finding Dory (Andrew Stanton & Angus MacLane, 2016), Marlin's comic sidekick is repositioned as heroine, the family goal is inverted, the quest becomes a mystery with clues to be interpreted and solved, and difference is not simply to be overcome but also to be embraced.
You can interact with Dory right in your room thanks to Dory Wall Friends ($34.99, ages 3+).
A two-disc box set comprising Finding Nemo and Finding Dory is also available.