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DOT. This French word is adopted in Louisiana. It signifies the fortune, portion, or dowry, which a woman brings to her husband by the marriage. 6 N. S. 460. See Dote; Dowry.

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They will also present short extracts from their forthcoming dance theatre work based on Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, performed live by Bettina and dancer Christopher Owen.
I would stress that the strong suite of the co-op is the human capital--the people who are the members," says Dotter.
Benenati's topic for the 30th annual Dotter lecture will be "Thirty Miles East of Samar," an exploration of SIR choices in training, innovation, working collaboratively with other medical specialties and political issues affecting medicine.
Even at such a young age, Dotter was changed by the experience.
The six current members are Rebecca Brown; Michael De Coux, a local businessman; Doug Dotter, the parent who chaired the Measure W campaign committee; Steve Fragas; Jeff Little; and Ken Meichtry.
Barnwell, an associate professor of neurological surgery in the OHSU School of Medicine and a member of the Oregon Stroke Center and the Dotter Interventional Institute.
Hardee graduated from Baylor College of Medicine, completed his internship and residency at Naval Medical Center in San Diego and a fellowship in vascular and interventional radiology at Dotter Interventional Institute at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland.
The backup setter, junior Donald Dotter, sprained an ankle and is out for the season.
Professor, Interventional Radiology, Dotter Institute, Oregon Health Sciences University, commented, "Fibrex(TM) is a novel and unique means to non-invasively maximize the working life of existing central lines.
Kaufman MD, Director of the Dotter Interventional Institute, Portland Oregon, "The Early Feasibility studies are a welcome innovation that will allow physicians, industry, and the FDA to accomplish the shared goal of bringing new devices to Americans in an expeditious and safe manner.
We really embraced lean manufacturing and we're seeing the benefits of that now,'' marketing manager Doug Dotter said.
Professor, Dotter Interventional Institute, Oregon Health Sciences University, who performed the initial clinical studies on EN Snare(R), commented, "Hatch Medical's EN Snare(R) is the most important advance in foreign body retrieval devices in over a decade.