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 (do͞o-ā′) Formerly Dou·ay (do͞o-ā′)
A town of northern France northeast of Amiens. Under the patronage of Philip II of Spain, a Roman Catholic college for English priests was established here. It produced an English translation of the Bible in the late 1500s and early 1600s.


(ˈduːeɪ; French dwɛ)
(Placename) an industrial city in N France: the political and religious centre of exiled English Roman Catholics in the 16th and 17th centuries. Pop: 42 796 (1999)


or Dou•ay


a city in N France, SE of Calais. 44,515.
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He had originally intended to solicit subscriptions to publish a Catholic Douay Bible in forty-eight weekly parts.
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Nineteenth-century Catholic Canon Law specified that Catholics reading the Bible in English could read only the ( Douay Bible , which was the English translation approved by the Vatican.
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