The partially mummified body was only discovered when, in 1993, 56-year-old Dorian sadly succumbed to AIDS.
Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson were going down the middle of the block for everyone to see.
Philip Michael Thomas played Stix, and Dorian Harewood played Levi.
Just so with Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, whose identity seems increasingly lost in a cyber thicket that no one can penetrate.
For those who have not seen Paris Is Burning, and witnessed the poised and intelligent Dorian in action, I pity you.
So Dorian returns to town, and stays there until the annual hunt ball, of which he is a steward, summons him back to Pullingham.
Quite the reverse, he replied; and if so the Dorian and the Phrygian are the only ones which you have left.
Dorian Gray leaped to his feet, with flushed cheeks and burning eyes.
These he explains will be only the Dorian and the Phrygian harmonies.
"She is an awfully fat person, at all events," says Dorian, cheerfully.
c.1600, in reference to the mode of ancient Greek music, literally "of Doris," from Greek Doris, district in central Greece, traditionally named for Doros, legendary ancestor of the Dorians, whose name is probably related to doron "gift" (see date (n.1)).