In Belgium the city giant is still carried in procession in Antwerp, Douai, and other towns.
They also wrecked the railway stations at Douai, Don, and Courtrai.
The troops should march out with arms and colours, and should have safe escort through the French lines to Douai.
He pursued his investigations as far as Roubaix, then swept southward to Douai.
Meantime, two of the aeroplanes carried out a reconnaissance towards Lille and Douai.
It was the work of English scholars connected with the University of Douai.
“We pass Douai,” she remarked presently, after we had run rapidly through many villages and small towns.
He recovered consciousness only in hospital, and was sent to Douai.
I have come here from Douai to meet a friend, having two or three days to spare.
It was by his efforts that the English college for Catholics at Douai was established.
or Douay, name of town in northern France, used elliptically in reference to the English translation of the Bible begun there late 16c., sanctioned by Roman Catholic Church. [Also called Rheims-Douai translation because it was published in Rheims in 1582]. It uses more Latinate words than the KJV.