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dorize

(ˈdɔːraɪz) or

dorise

vb (intr)
to become Doric in manner or style
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7 acres for $627,000 in June 2012; Dorise Page, 60 acres in June 2012 for $207,000; Jan Earp, 57.
Dorise Hagwood, council president, Warrensville Heights, Ohio
According to Dorise White, whose son, Caleb, is a student of Pritzker, "Mrs.
A GREAT RESTLESSNESS: THE LIFE AND POLITICS OF DORISE NIELSEN
Collette is survived by his devoted family, his two brothers, Gerald and his wife Ann, Raymond and his wife Joan all of Worcester; and three sisters, Jeannette and her husband Arthur Daoust of Seminole, Florida; Dorise and her husband Gerald Soucy of Auburn, with whom he made his home for many years and Yvette Gaulin of Largo, Florida; 18 nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews.
A great restlessness; the life and politics of Dorise Nielsen.
Johnston, Faith, A Great Restlessness: The Life and Politics of Dorise Nielsen.
Michelle Dorise Milbourne, 19, of Windmill Road, Longford, Coventry, theft to the value of pounds 28.
A typical example of an aside that fulfills what Fournier in her book calls the psychological function (259-74) can be found in his tragedy Clitandre (1630) where Dorise encourages himself by the following aparte: "Fuis, Dorise, et laissele crier" "Flee, Dorise, and let him cry" (4.
L'intrigante Dorise de Clitandre, par exemple, se trouve deux fois pardonnee a la fin de la tragedie, d'abord par le roi ("Le pardon t'est acquis, releve-toi, Dorise" [v.
Gerald and Dorise Rogers purchased the house from Graham Smith Construction LLC.