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DO

 
Doctor of Osteopathy.

DO

Abbreviation for Doctor of Osteopathy.

DO

Doctor of Osteopathy.

DO

abbr.
1. Doctor of Optometry
2. Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

DO

Abbreviation for:
Diploma in Ophthalmology 
Diploma in Osteopathy 
direct observation
directly observed
disto-occlusive
distraction osteogenesis
Doctor of Optometry (Medspeak-US)
Doctor of Osteopathy (Medspeak-US)
dopamine oxidase

DO

Abbrev. for Diploma in Ophthalmology.
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203 thou didst receive the sacrament to fight R3 5.
Lay not on us a burden Like that which Thou didst lay on those before us [2:286]
Ferdinand's regret at the news of his sister's death is much like Leontes' grief: "Why didst thou not pity her?
Its walls heard the Angel's Ave, resulting in the Incarnation when, at the fiat of a young Virgin, Thou didst become Man by the overshadowing of the Holy Spirit.
42 (Vulgate), says: et tertio die imperasti aquis congregari in septima parte terrae, sex vero partes siccasti et conservasti, ut ex his sint coram te ministrantia seminata adeo et culta (Upon the third day thou didst command that the waters should be gathered in the seventh part of the earth: six parts hast thou dried up, and kept them, to the intent that of these some being planted of God and tilled might serve thee).
Into the experience of Hetty's suffering, Dinah speaks the mercy of God: "See, Lord--I bring her, as they of old brought the sick and helpless, and thou didst heal them: I bear her on my arms and carry her before thee .
Proud of my broken heart since thou didst break it/Proud of the pain I did not feel till thee.
Now great Thyestes Genius, which didst prompt Mee to this act, come, be spectator now, And see reuenge for Athens bloody feast.
X The sun unveiled himself in beauty bright, The eyes of all beamed gladness and delight, When, with unruffled visage, thou didst come, Hero of France
When thou didst not, savage, Know thine own meaning, but wouldst gabble like A thing most brutish, I endowed thy purposes With words that made them known.
Servant of all, to toil for man Thou didst not, Lord, refuse; Thy Majesty did not disdain To be employed for us
Divide a moment, as men measure time, Into its million-million-millionth part, Yet even less than that the interval Since thou didst leave the body Precise and punctual, men divide the hours, Equal, continuous, for their common use.