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With the exceptions of Jon and Dany, who were given ample time to stare at each other doe-eyed, every character in the show has suffered for its privileging of plot over character, and for its emphasis on spectacle rather than scene.
At the medical examiner’s office, the remains of 11 Does are stored in boxes in a special room, secondary to the new bodies that arrive each day.
DOE’s final report, however, expressed the dose estimates in less certain terms.
The open rack allows hot air to circulate in the same way cold air does, which means hot air can reach the bottom of the food in your oven.
Last week’s White House announcement, and the current DOE organizational chart, suggest that Secretary of Energy Rick Perry will restore the undersecretary positions to their original specifications.
The sight of a doe and fawn grazing on the grass provides a photo opportunity.
The doe appeared uninjured, but the buck was limping.
The deputy reported finding two doe in the back seat and the buck in the trunk.
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Origin and Etymology of doe
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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