In 1959 he married the love of his life, a dolly bird named Lauretta Sullivan.
When someone like dolly Parton comes out about being in an open relationship, she says, it can be only be a boon for the cause.
With dolly dreading a return across the Atlantic to singledom, Emily strikes upon the idea that she could stay as a temporary PA.
Matt: Do you think dolly Parton is as fun in person as she is on TV?
You hear it in Hank Williams Sr., Merle Haggard, early dolly Parton, and you hear it in George Jones.
It is just like dolly, to make fun and joke at her own mistakes.
dolly, he said, was too tired after her journey to do more than send a friendly greeting to them.
I don't care if that dolly is to be on the other side, you'll talk to nobody but her!
I am got above minding my brother, cousin dolly:—he is but my brother.
He was angry with dolly still, angry with her mother, and ready to resent their reproaches.
c.1600, Dolly, a fem. nickname (see doll); 1790 as "child's doll;" applied from 1792 to any contrivance fancied to resemble a dolly in some sense, especially "a small platform on rollers" (1901). Doesn't look like one to me, either, but that's what they say.
The first mammal successfully cloned — Dolly, a sheep — was born in 1996 in Scotland as the result of work by biologist Ian Wilmut (see clone). The procedure that produced Dolly involved removing the nucleus from an egg cell and placing the nucleus of an adult sheep's mammary cell into it. Further manipulations caused the egg to “turn on” all genes and develop like a normal zygote. (See totipotency.)