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.
We have such a colonial commission, appointed by the governor, in doc.
Whatever's the question at bay, Boggs never fails to string his play with the doc's; it's Boggs's system.
“Get me out of here as quick as you can, doc,” he said in a thick voice.
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).