According to doe, she filed a written complaint on her friends' urging.
In his complaint, doe states that UMass required him to submit questions to be asked of witnesses to Cardoso.
doe is the electrical expert, a skill he demonstrates by producing a disposable Kodak camera he has fashioned into a taser.
Most of the veterans whom we serve at The doe Fund are older, having performed their military service before the recent wars.
In the week doe spent at MIT, he enjoyed teaching students at least two years older than himself.
The deer finally worked up in gun shot, and they proved to be an old doe, a yearling and the doe's fawn.
For he had a thyng to doe, whiche they shoulde know afterwarde.
I reckon they're something like the horns you'll often see on a doe antelope.
They that haue the charge of bread, doe bring in bread made of corne.
A doe with twin fawns, and none of the three even suspecting that they were being watched, moved delicately ahead of him.
Old English da "a female deer," of unknown origin, perhaps a Celtic loan-word (cf. Cornish da "fallow deer," Old Irish dam "ox," Welsh dafad "sheep").
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