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does

 (dŭz)
v.
Third person singular present tense of do1.

does

(dʌz)
vb
(used with a singular noun or the pronouns: he, she, or it) a form of the present tense (indicative mood) of do1

does

(dʊəs)
n
taboo slang South African a foolish or despicable person
[Afrikaans]

doe

(doʊ)

n., pl. does, (esp. collectively) doe.
the female of the deer, antelope, goat, rabbit, and certain other animals.
[before 1000; Middle English do, Old English ]

DOE

Department of Energy.
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References in classic literature ?
I don't care if Hugo does come at me with a pistol," returned Amy, who was not gifted with dramatic power, but was chosen because she was small enough to be borne out shrieking by the villain of the piece.
Most other DOE sites are seeking to implement the same kind of incentive system.
Despite such knowledge, executives in most other automobile companies cannot coax or cajole their plants to implement these methods as effectively as Toyota does.
The case of a Massachusetts man, identified in court records only as John Doe, illustrates how the law has gone awry.
But when they do, DOE contractors can - and often do - use federal funds to battle those same workers.
If an application does freeze, it will rarely, if ever, bring down the entire computer or network.
Setting up a DOE, or "design of experiments," doesn't take as much know-how as it used to, thanks to software that can ease some of its more complex aspects.
Although task-switching can also be accomplished under DOS (with specific add-on software), Windows does it better.
But the does begin sparring like boxers, feinting around each other on their hind legs, feigning punches and then striking one another with quick, sharp hoof jabs.
WASHINGTON, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Energy (DOE) said it has established an electronic database that allows easy access to information on current research involving human subjects funded by DOE at its national laboratories or at academic research institutions.
This isn't much, but it probably does not reflect its growing use.