A man in those days worth thirty thousand dol- lars was not a pauper.
There is also an old tower dating from 1016, built by Gingoneus, a bishop of dol.
You fellows might break one out and shunt it onto this circuit while dol Kenor is hunting up something for us to look at.
The towns of dol and Rennes are next passed, and Dinan is besieged.
William the Conqueror besieged dol in 1075, but retired after forty days, having failed to sustain his attack.
But what were you doing in the dol grass, you and your big Mother?
All this came to pass, and for long ages the town has been known as the episcopal city of dol.
There used to be many a stone in the dol Mawr on which I could sit and rest.
Beel says he gif one thousan' dol' to man who shoot Frank Mer'well.
Together with these came the Archbishop, and those of dol who held of him their lands.
unit of intensity of pain, 1947, from Latin dolor "pain."
A unit for the measurement of the intensity of pain.
Display Oriented Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. Sammet 1969, p.678.