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DOVE. The name of a well known bird.
     2. Doves are animals ferae naturae, and not the subject of larceny, unless they are in the owner's custody; as, for example, in a dove-house, or when in the nest before they can fly. 9 Pick. 15. See Whelp.

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Nymex prices found some support as traders responded to Fed Vice Chair Yellen's dovish remarks, "who hinted that the Fed will keep the [quantitative-easing] tap running at full throttle for the foreseeable future," Fawad Razaqzada, technical analyst at GFT Markets said in a note to clients.
The euro traded in a limited range against the dollar, inheriting its bearish trend in New York overnight after dovish comments by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, other dealers said.
Thus Johnson may have gone into Vietnam with the impression that he had been wrong to be so dovish about our missiles in Turkey, that he had to be the tough guy, the man who didn't blink.
Here, strangely, our hawks are being relatively dovish.
He was known for his dovish stance regarding whether to revise Japan's pacifist Constitution.
In the lead-up to the March Federal Open Market Committee meeting, financial markets were full of rumors that the highly regarded former Fed staffer, now Vice Chair, had turned ominously dovish toward the U.
Investment bank JP Morgan, said yesterday's report was more dovish than expected and "the data will need to significantly surprise the MPC if they are to move as early as in August".
The conservative Uribe has cracked down on rebel guerrilla groups more so than his dovish predecessors.
The motions against his shaky coalition did not pass because small dovish factions decided not to be involved in toppling Sharon, saying his plan to withdraw settlers and soldiers from occupied Gaza next year was paramount.
military power to depose dictators in Iraq, Syria, Iran, Lebanon, and other countries thousands of miles from home become suddenly dovish and isolationist when it comes to the terrorist chief 90 miles from our shores.
The appontment of Netanyahu - Bibi to his supporters - is a sharp contrast to that of dovish Shimon Peres, who quit on Wednesday when Labour pulled out of the coalition government.
The real split has been on political issues that ostensibly have little to do with gender: Women are generally more dovish than men on foreign policy and more inclined to favor an active role for government in economic and social life.