dozens of protests are being planned around the city, and indeed around the country.
His paid staff—three people—is much skimpier than it was in 2008, when dozens of Romneyites flooded the state.
dozens were getting spectacularly wealthy while most Ukrainians struggled.
dozens of performers hit the Grammy stage Sunday night, from Taylor Swift to Ringo Starr to Kendrick Lamar.
dozens of leading NGOs and human rights organizations followed this week with a letter of their own.
High as them, as huge as they, incomparably fantastic, in dozens of shifting forms they battled.
There were lifts on each side of this arcade, dozens of them, in cages.
Kathirkootoos are thrown by dozens and scores from all sides of the temple.
"Martha has dozens and dozens of aprons, Mrs. Brett," said Hildegarde.
There are dozens of substantial brick dwellings, offices, warehouses, machine-shops and a hospital.
c.1300, from Old French dozaine "a dozen," from doze (12c.) "twelve," from Latin duodecim "twelve," from duo "two" + decem "ten" (see ten).
The Old French fem. suffix -aine is characteristically added to cardinals to form collectives in a precise sense ("exactly 12," not "about 12"). The dozens "invective contest" (1928) originated in slave culture, the custom probably African, the word probably from bulldoze (q.v.) in its original sense of "a whipping, a thrashing."