Crossword clues for dol
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
unit of intensity of pain, 1947, from Latin dolor "pain."
n. (context medicine English) The unit of measurement for pain
n. a unit of pain intensity
the federal department responsible for promoting the working conditions of wage earners in the United States; created in 1913 [syn: Department of Labor, Labor Department, Labor]
DOL may refer to:
- David O'Leary (born 1958), Irish football manager and former player
- Deauville – Saint-Gatien Airport (IATA code)
- Degree of Operating Leverage, a measure of operating leverage - how revenue growth translates into growth in operating income
- Department of Labor
- Direct on line starter, starter starts electric motors by applying the full line voltage to the motor terminals
- Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, one of the new large infantry regiments of the British Army
- DOL, the product code used by Nintendo for GameCube hardware and software, a reference to the platform's prototype name of Dolphin. It is also used as a filename extension in GameCube and Wii software.
- Division of labour
Dół is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Iława, within Iława County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It lies approximately east of Iława and west of the regional capital Olsztyn.
Before 1945, the area was part of Germany ( East Prussia). Following World War II the native German populace was expelled and replaced by Poles.
The village has a population of 90.
Dol is a village in the municipality of Babušnica, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 82 people.
Usage examples of "dol".
Eline of ze duizelde, of het publiek, dol van bewondering, in een satanischen rondedans zou rondvliegen om den baryton, altijd even norsch en rood en plomp.
And though I am clean Got off from Subtle, Surly, Mammon, Dol, Hot Ananias, Dapper, Drugger, all With whom I traded: yet I put my self On you, that are my country: and this pelf Which I have got, if you do quit me, rests To feast you often, and invite new guests.
Dol had become concerned for her safety in a building that also housed the two increasingly unruly lieutenants, Faralin Ferd and Tanth Ein.
Caught by the drama of the moment, Laintal Ay followed, with Oyre, Dol, and the other women behind him, jostling on the narrow steps.
Gore, Johnny Keems, Dol Bonner, Sally Corbett were operatives used by Wolfe at various times.
Zij had namelijk een paar dagen geleden beweerd, dat Roberts, haar muziekmeester, oud werd en niet meer deugde, dat zij van een artist wilde les nemen, van Fabrice bijvoorbeeld, en Betsy had haar afgevraagd of ze dol was geworden, en beweerd, dat dit gedecideerd nooit gebeuren zou, zoolang Eline bij hen in huis woonde.
Eekhof, wil jij nummer twee zijn, dan zal ik je vertellen, waarom ik tegenwoordig zoo dol ben.
The tricksters thus triumph almost as they do in Aristophanes, but the trio of tricksters has shifted from Subtle, Face, and Dol to Lovewit, Face, and Pliant.
Zoo ging het: als men eens iets dols deed, verviel men van de eene dwaasheid in de andere, en zij zou nu moeten redeneeren tegen haar eigen gevoelen in.
And thither did they follow them, and they made a vast slaughter of them there, so that they fled again as far as the place called Dol Pen Maen, and there they halted and sought to make peace.
Like Dol, her identity is determined by her sexual attractions, for the sake of which men project their illusions onto her, hence giving her a satirically appropriate disguise, for sexuality parallels alchemy insofar as it involves the projection of aggressive desire.
Only the charge of Dol Amroth had saved him from the red southland swords that would have hewed him as he lay.
This feature distinguished th KA-6D tanker from the bomber version of the A-6 The tanker was a fuselage designed to carry fuel dol and lacked the two radars, computer, and inertial navigation system of the bomber.
Kren was then escorted to a testing room, while Dol waited outside.