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DOTE, Span. law. The property which the wife gives to the husband on account of marriage.
     2. It is divided into adventitia and profectitia; the former is the dote which the father or grandfather, or other of the ascendants in the direct paternal line, give of their own property to the husband; the latter (adventitia) is that property which the wife gives to the husband, or that which is given to him for her by her mother, or her collateral relations, or a stranger. Aso & Man. Inst. B. 1, t. 7, c . 1, Sec. i.

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The firm recently advised Claverley Group on the sale of News Shops to the Midland Co-operative, and also advised PR agency Freshwater on its pounds 10 million Aim doat.
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All the Servants, from the highest to the lowest, doat upon you, instead of envying you; and look upon you in so superior a Light, as speaks what you ought to be.
If we, as readers, are doing our jobs, if we, too, are thinking carefully about Emma, participating in her consecutive misreadings, struggling with our own feelings and judgments as Emma eventually struggles with hers, then we too may reach the point where, by dint of fancying so many errors (both hers and ours), we come to doat upon her, faults and all.
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/ These doat on men, and some on boys,/ And quite abandon female joys" (42).
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'Tis not his Face; I've sence enough to see, That is not good, though doated on by me: Nor is't his Tongue, that has this Conquest won; For that at least is equall'd by my own; His Carriage can to none obliging be, "Tis Rude, Affected, full of Vanity: Strangely Ill-natur'd, Peevish, and Unkind, Unconstant, False, to Jealousie inclin'd; His Temper cou'd not have so great a Pow'r, 'Tis mutable, and changes every hour: Those vigorous Years that Women so Adore, Are past in him; he's twice my Age and more; And yet I love this false, this worthless Man, With all the Passion that a Woman can; Doat on his Imperfections, though I spy Nothing to Love; I Love, and know not why.
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'Tis not his Face; I've sence enough to see, That is not good, though doated on by me: Nor is't his Tongue, that has this Conquest won; For that at least is equall'd by my own: His Carriage can to none obliging be, 'Tis Rude, Affected, full of Vanity: Strangely Ill-natur'd, Peevish, and Unkind, Unconstant, False, to Jealousie inclin'd; His Temper cou'd not have so great a Pow'r, 'Tis mutable, and changes every hour: Those vigorous Years that Women so Adore, Are past in him; he's twice my Age and more; And yet I love this false, this worthless Man, With all the Passion that a Woman can; Doat on his Imperfections, though I spy Nothing to Love; I Love, and know not why.