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- Dante illustrator
- Painter who illustrated Dante's works
- Producer Schary
- Illustrator of "Paradise Lost"
- French painter: 19th century
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- Noted French illustrator: 1833–83
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- Dante's great illustrator
- French illustrator: 19th century
- Illustrator of Dante works
- French painter
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- "Le Neophyte" artist
- French illustrator Gustave
- Artist Gustave
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- Noted 19th-century French illustrator
- "Paradise Lost" illustrator
- Illustrator of "Paradise Lost" and "The Divine Comedy"
- Illustrator of Cervantes's "Don Quixote"
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- Famed illustrator of the Bible
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Dore is a large village in South Yorkshire, England. The village lies on a hill above the River Sheaf which gave Sheffield its name, and until 1934 was part of Derbyshire, but it is now a suburb of the city. Dore is served by Dore and Totley railway station on the Hope Valley Line between Sheffield and Manchester. The railway tunnel between Dore and Totley under a limb of the Pennines to Hathersage in Derbyshire is the longest such in England, second only to the Severn Tunnel between England and South Wales. They are the longest main line railway tunnels anywhere in Great Britain - the London Underground and Channel Tunnel to France excepted, of course. Dore has long enjoyed a reputation of being Sheffield's wealthiest suburb, and Dore and Totley was the only ward of the city which regularly elected a Conservative councillor. However, as of May 2008 all three councillors were Liberal Democrats. The Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam constituency, of which Dore is part, is Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg, who from 2010 until 2015 served as Britain's deputy prime minister in the Coalition government.
Doré may refer to:
- Doré bullion, a semi-pure alloy of gold and silver
- Lake Doré, a freshwater lake
- Doré Records, an American record label
People with the surname Doré:
- Alexander Doré (1923-2002), British actor
- André Doré (born 1958), former professional ice hockey player
- Armand Doré (1824-1882), French painter
- Daniel Doré (born 1970), former professional ice hockey right winger
- Edna Doré (born 1921), British actress
- Gustave Doré (1832–1883), French artist, engraver, illustrator and sculptor
- Jean Doré (born 1944), Canadian politician
- Julien Doré (born 1982), French singer
- Marie-Joseph-Camille Doré (born 1831), captain in the French navy
- Pierre Doré (c. 1500-1559), also known as Auratus, French Dominican theologian
The Dore is a 141 km long river in central France in the department of Puy-de-Dôme. It is a right tributary of the Allier. Its source is near the town of Saint-Germain-l'Herm in the Massif Central. The Dore flows generally north, through the following towns: Arlanc, Ambert, Courpière, and Puy-Guillaume. The Dore flows into the Allier 6 km north of Puy-Guillaume.
Dore is a 1995 Indian Kannada romance drama film directed by Shivamani and produced by M. Chandrashekar. The film features Shiva Rajkumar, Hema Panchamukhi and Bharathi in the lead roles. The story is based on the novelist Ku. Veerabhadrappa's novel Beliya Hoogalu.
The film's score and soundtrack was scored by Hamsalekha and the cinematography was by Krishna Kumar.
Usage examples of "dore".
It was quite apparent that Dore, in visiting Fayle, had been trying to square his past, so far as the law was concerned, and had used the Allard introduction as a preliminary measure, only to hesitate about declaring his real identity too soon.
Wasp also arranged the double deaths of Fayle and Dore, and The Shadow uncovered that system, too.
She thinks Turner might approve of Suarez in his black and white stripes, but the Guanaco crater reminds her of Gustave Dore, who always exaggerated his tone values.
Put the money in the can and go back in the sloon and cloase the dore.
Among the envelopes, Dore found the blank one that Twingle had added to the stack.
And when they were all crept into the house, and we were all tied fast with halters at the dore, they began to chide with an old woman there, crooked with age, who had the government and rule of all the house, and said, How is it old witch, old trot, and strumpet, that thou sittest idley all day at home, and having no regard to our perillous labours, hast provided nothing for our suppers, but sittest eating and swilling thyself from morning till night?
But while I did thus unfold my sorrowes, and greatly bewail my fortune, behold I heard a great noyse and cry at the dore, and in came the Magistrates and officers, who commanded two sergeants to binde and leade me to prison.
There auncient Night arriuing, did alightFrom her nigh wearie waine, and in her armesTo Æsculapius brought the wounded knight:Whom hauing softly disarayd of armes,Tho gan to him discouer all his harmes,Beseeching him with prayer, and with praise,If either salues, or oyles, or herbes, or charmesA fordonne wight from dore of death mote raise,He would at her request prolong her nephews daies.
Stibourne I was as is a leonesse, And of my tonge a verray jangleresse, And walke I wolde, as I had doon biforn, From hous to hous, although he had it sworn, For which he often-tymes wolde preche, And me of olde Romayn geestes teche, How he Symplicius Gallus lefte his wyf, And hir forsook for terme of al his lyf, Noght but for open-heveded he hir say, Lookynge out at his dore, upon a day.
And so bifel, that after the thridde cours Whil that htis kyng sit thus in his nobleye, Herknynge hise mynstrals hir thynges pleye Biforn hym at the bord deliciously, In at the halle dore al sodeynly Ther cam a knyght, upon a steede of bras, And in his hand a brood mirour of glas, Upon his thombe he hadde of gold a ryng, And by his syde a naked swerd hangyng.
And to the crowe he stirte, and that anon, And pulled hise white fetheres everychon, And made hym blak, and refte hym al his song, And eek his speche, and out at dore hym slong, Unto the devel-which I hym bitake!
In prime of youthly yeares, when first the flowreOf beauty gan to bud, and bloosme delight,And nature me endu'd with plenteous dowre,Of all her gifts, that pleasde each liuing sight,I was belou'd of many a gentle Knight,And sude and sought with all the seruice dew:Full many a one for me deepe groand and sigh't,And to the dore of death for sorrow drew,Complayning out on me, that would not on them rew.
Soone after that into a golden showreHim selfe he chaung'd faire Danaë to vew,And through the roofe of her strong brasen towreDid raine into her lap an hony dew,The whiles her foolish garde, that little knewOf such deceipt, kept th'yron dore fast bard,And watcht, that none should enter nor issew.
Miss Dore dived into her vanity case and produced a puff with which she proceeded to powder her nose.