And I was living in New York, like '91 and '92, and I was wearing doc Martens, black tights, and big baby doll dresses.
As a fascinating new documentary reveals, doc Humes was the true mad genius behind The Paris Review.
doc Watson was a great Southern musician, a great American musician, a musician for the world.
Do you care for a relative who has a hard time getting to the doc by themselves?
Eyes averted, Stittsworth asked if there was anything doc Brinkley could do for…“you know… sexual weakness?”
They fired me a month ago for—well, doc, you saw what I did to your old owl.
Then he went swiftly from the house and rode into Forks for doc.
Whatever's the question at bay, Boggs never fails to string his play with the doc's; it's Boggs's system.
The first word the doc names'll make you look like a pig at church.'
The doc says the kid don't seem to care whether he does or not.
A physician, dentist, or veterinarian.
Deoxycorticosterone; a steroid hormone secreted by the adrenal cortex or produced synthetically and used to treat adrenal insufficiency.
Deoxycholic acid; a bile acid used as a choleretic and digestant and in the synthesis of adrenocortical hormones such as cortisone.
A movie or televison documentary: as many as 65 feature-length docs qualified for consideration (1990s+)
/dok/ Common spoken and written shorthand for "documentation". Often used in the plural "docs" and in the construction "doc file" (i.e. documentation available on-line).