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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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Although not condoning civil disorder, perhaps the White Dotters might issue a warning to those prime telly offenders Post Offices and doctors surgeries who bombard hapless people trapped in queues with their mindless messages
Earlier, Liam Grey (54) and John Dotters (41) helped the Crosby outfit reach 166-9 off 59.
With highly-rated slow left armer John Dotters also joining from Rainford, it's no wonder Cole is feeling bullish about Northern's chances.
The Premier League newcomers start their season with a tough opening match at Northern in the first round of the Ray Digman Trophy, with the Crosby outfit welcoming back Stephen Cole after a long injury lay off and handing debuts to John Dotters and Ian Carroll.
With both players currently abroad, the spotlight fell on teenage spinner John Dotters who won the Division One award after taking 67 wickets for Rainford.
Cruickshank (4-41) and John Dotters (3-35) wrapped up an 141 run victory in the 46th over.