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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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Not surprisingly, Dotter's ideas and the primitive catheters he created were arbitrarily dismissed by U.S.
"For (National council on Compensation Insurance) states, loss costs have been dropping," Dotter said.
Any self-respecting dotter of mine would know how to spell!"
ARCHITECTS Russ Dotter and Wencke Solfjeld, Oakland; dottersolarchitects.com.
Dotter is the first work she has undertaken in the graphic novel format.
Syftet med studien ar att beskriva vilka strategier foraldrar har for att hantera vardagslivet tillsammans med sin psykiskt sjuka son eller dotter.
The book, Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, with words by Mary and drawings by Bryan, wove together two father/daughter relationships, that of the writer James Joyce and his daughter Lucia and that of Mary and her own father, James S Atherton, an eminent Joycean scholar.
Charles Dotter was blessed with both keen intelligence and a tremendous innovative spirit.
James Dotter, vice president of finance at InsideSales.com, speaks at the 2013 CFO of the Year event.
Corrections Corporation of America Andre Andrews, shift supervisor, Correctional Treatment Facility, Washington, D.C., Kevin Bruce, shift supervisor, Correctional Treatment Facility, Washington, D.C., Cleveland Collins, correctional counselor, Lake City Correctional Facility, Lake City, Fla., Wesley Davis, correctional counselor, Lake City Correctional Facility, Lake City, Fla., Matthew Dotter, senior correctional officer, Crowley County Correctional Facility, Onley Springs, Colo., Tammy Perkins, case manager, Leavenworth Detention Center, Leavenworth, Kan., Timothy Turnley, shift supervisor, Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility, Tutwiler, Miss.
The Biography prize goes to husband and wife, Bryan and Mary Talbot for their graphic memoir about James Joyce's daughter, titled Dotter of her Father's Eyes.
Among the other works shortlisted are a comic-style graphic memoir about James Joyce's daughter, Dotter of her Father's Eyes, by husband and wife team Mary and Bryan Talbot, and children's book Maggot Moon by dyslexic writer Sally Gardner.