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The Dorian voters’ love, which also resulted in a Best Lead Drama Performance win for series star Melanie Lynskey, might bode well for the show’s chances at the upcoming Emmy Awards, where it’s nominated in several of the major drama categories.LGBTQ critics honor year’s best TV with Dorian Awards|John Paul King|August 25, 2022|Washington Blade
'Dorian was like a sponge' The news spread quickly throughout the communities where Hurd and his family had made a mark.He was a promising college athlete raised ‘old school.’ A random shooting stole his future.|Katie Mettler|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson were going down the middle of the block for everyone to see.Ferguson Police Protect and Serve Themselves With Michael Brown Smear|Michael Daly|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just so with Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, whose identity seems increasingly lost in a cyber thicket that no one can penetrate.Mysteries Continue to Swirl Around the Identity of Bitcoin’s Creator|Jake Adelstein|March 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
White is “150 pages into” a novel about “a Dorian Grey-ish figure, a male model in Paris in about 1980.”
Once Kennex and Dorian are paired, the pilot spends the rest of the time trying to sell us this odd couple as a duo.
The show also provides several moments for Dorian to prove his usefulness to Kennex.
The view here taken of the Hypo-dorian evidently agrees with that of Heraclides Ponticus (supra, p. 10).
The exception is the Mixo-lydian, which some ranked immediately below the Dorian, others above the Lydian.
In this case, then, the upper of the two octaves answers to the Hypo-dorian key, and the lower to the Locrian.
The fact that the Hypo-dorian or Locrian species was also called Common is a further argument to the same purpose.
The Hypo-dorian and Hypo-phrygian, which employ the new characters and , are known to be comparatively recent.