Day Dorothy - definition of Day Dorothy by The Free Dictionary
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Day, Dorothy 1897-1980.
American journalist and reformer who cofounded the Catholic Worker in 1933 to promote pacifism and social justice.
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She was catapulted to stardom in 2010 when she appeared on the BBC One talent show Over the Rainbow, which charted Andrew Lloyd Webber's journey to find a modern day Dorothy
For their big day Dorothy
and Tony were being given a surprise from their family.
One day Dorothy
was driven to Mass by a young man who was dating a Lutheran woman.