Origin of Dorian1
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'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.