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Talking of tactics, there is an ongoing debate in the academic circles regarding how the hoplites used their main offensive weapon – the spear or dory.Hoplite: The Remarkable Citizen-Soldier of Ancient Greece|Dattatreya Mandal|August 2, 2022|Realm of History
By Monday morning, at least according to Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard, all was hunky dory between Washington and its five-time all-star.Wizards GM Tommy Sheppard says there are no plans to trade John Wall|Ava Wallace|November 24, 2020|Washington Post
The NCAA even got in on the act, and—quelle surprise—also determined that everything was hunky-dory.Sham Classes and Crime Coverups Are the NCAA Normal|Robert Silverman|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The message: Not even Dory from Finding Nemo will distract us from the task at hand: finding a star.7 Ways ‘American Idol’ Revolutionized TV|Kevin Fallon|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So all is now hunky-dory between London and Tripoli now the bomber is back in the bosom of his family.Why the Lockerbie Bomber Was Freed|Andrew Neil|August 24, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Then she rallied and, like Jake, was ready to do battle with any one who hunched their shoulders at Miss Dory.
Cuss him to-night, ef he's alive; an' ef his bed is soff' as wool, doan let him sleep for thinkin' of Miss Dory.
Miss Dory never tole nothin'; she was silent as de grave about—him—de fader of de lill chile, I mean.
Miss Dory would say so, but, Mas'r Crompton, you'll fotch her back sometime to de ole place.
"I'se 'most as ole as Miss Dory when lill chile was born," was the reply, which silenced the Colonel with regard to her age.