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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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John Dotters will be going up to get the trophy," he said.
Dotters, 64, retired five years ago from her Eugene gynecologic oncology practice.
Gemensamt for foraldrarna var att de pa ett eller annat satt fann strategier som passade just dem, som de kunde ta till nar de upplevde sig vara i behov av att tanka pa nagonting annat an sin psykiskt sjuka sons eller dotters problem for en stund.
A fine 74 from Malcolm Swift took Ainsdale to 186 all out against Sutton, with the home side's John Dotters (4-42) and Phil Frost (3-16) bowling well.
Dan Houghton took 3-11 and John Dotters 4-24 as the home side were bundled out for 63, a target passed with ease in 12.
Four wickets from John Dotters (4-72) helped complete the win as Caldy were dismissed for 200.
Spinners Andy Davies and John Dotters shared seven wickets as the visitors scrapped their way to 164, but that proved to be plenty as the second-placed club were bowled out for 81, Danny Barlow taking 5-36 to close the gap between the two to just 32 points with five games to play.
Steve McGinity (69) top scored as St Mary's reached 183 all out, Sutton's 15-year-old spinner John Dotters took six for 47, as his side won by 35 runs.