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Dove

(dŭv), river, c.40 mi (60 km) long, rising in the Pennines, Derbyshire, central England, and flowing S and SE to the River Trent near Burton upon Trent. It forms much of the Derbyshire-Staffordshire boundary. Its watercourse was a haunt of Izaak WaltonWalton, Izaak,
1593–1683, English writer. He wrote one of the most famous books in the English language, The Compleat Angler; or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation.
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 and still provides fishing. The rocky and wood-bordered Dovedale, below Hartington, is celebrated by artists and poets.

dove:

see pigeonpigeon,
common name for members of the large family Columbidae, land birds, cosmopolitan in temperate and tropical regions, characterized by stout bodies, short necks, small heads, and thick, heavy plumage.
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What does it mean when you dream about a dove?

Doves participate in the larger meaning of birds, but they also have more particular meanings. These meanings range from peace, to the Holy Spirit, to love (especially if two doves appear in the dream).

dove

[dəv]
(vertebrate zoology)
The common name for a number of small birds of the family Columbidae.

Dove

[dəv]
(astronomy)

dove

source of afflatus. [Art: Hall, 161]

dove

sent by Noah to see if the waters were abated; returns with an olive leaf. [O.T.: Genesis 8:8–11]

dove

emblem of peace, tenderness, innocence, and gentleness. [Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 340]
See: Peace

dove

1. any of various birds of the family Columbidae, having a heavy body, small head, short legs, and long pointed wings: order Columbiformes. They are typically smaller than pigeons
2. Politics a person opposed to war
3. 
a. a greyish-brown colour
b. (as adjective) dove walls
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While the MPC's overall assessment of the economy remained upbeat, some analysts said there were some signs of dovishness in the latest comments on the housing market.
A report recently published by the Army War College, not heretofore noted for dovishness, calls the war in Iraq an "unnecessary" detour from focusing on the threat posed by al Qaeda.
This does not reflect greater dovishness on the part of the opposition but a reluctance to match the government unless the credit from doing so is sufficiently high.
Yitzhak Rabin, who signed the Oslo accords, had never been known for dovishness.
A pause does not mean done, however, given the dovishness of the pervious paragraph, don't look for the upward march of rates to resume at the September meeting, however, if we don't see inflation moderating or at least stop accelerating, we might see another increase at the following meeting.
The next market theme could be the impact of crude oil's collapse on Asian/global growth and potential policy shifts to dovishness in the Ottawa and Canberra central banks.
Focus on quality key for GCC equity investors; India appealing in the long term; we see pockets of value in EM as well as in GCC bonds; global equities are supported by dovishness of central banks; recent developments bearish for the euro; Korean equities expected firmer as global economy eventually improves