If the thought of dor enters a man's head, he is not a Navy SEAL.
“Every time a rocket was launched, my phone went haywire,” said dor Eldar, a 22-year-old dance instructor from Tel Aviv.
She came and planted herself before dor, who had watched her, laughing.
Another thing for which dor is praised is his wonderful memory.
dor accepted the suggestion with a burst of laughter, and springing lightly down, seated herself on the trunk.
So it is that dor never learned, in the true sense, to draw.
dor was picking her way slowly down the stone steps, the machine cradled under her arm.
“The gentleman said he was to have it,” answered dor, alluding to the doctor.
Blainey perceived dor, and giving her the preference with a curt bob of his head, reentered his den.
Tammy met me a sniff from the dor and I snuck up and saw Calhan.
dwelling, the Dora of the Romans, an ancient royal city of the Canaanites (Josh. 11:1, 2; 12:23). It was the most southern settlement of the Phoenicians on the coast of Syria. The original inhabitants seem never to have been expelled, although they were made tributary by David. It was one of Solomon's commissariat districts (Judg. 1:27; 1 Kings 4:11). It has been identified with Tantura (so named from the supposed resemblance of its tower to a tantur, i.e., "a horn"). This tower fell in 1895, and nothing remains but debris and foundation walls, the remains of an old Crusading fortress. It is about 8 miles north of Caesarea, "a sad and sickly hamlet of wretched huts on a naked sea-beach."