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doff

[dôf]
Etymology: ME, contraction of do off, take off
to take off (clothing).
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Relevant factors argued by the officers and the agency included the department's claim that officers had the option of donning and doffing at home based on there being "no written policy allowing the officers to don and doff at home, or conversely, requiring the officers to don and doff at the station"; (27) the fact that the department "does provide lockers to police officers in which officers may store uniforms, equipment and personal items"; (28) and, finally, that "most officers don and doff entirely at the police station.
They might decrease the interest rates in January or February 2009," said Doff.
28) The Court further held that the waiting time to doff the gear is compensable, while the waiting time to don it is not.
Instead, the slitting and winding continues at an interim speed during the doff process, quickly ramping back up to full speed much quicker.
If a team whose front four are just 19, 20, 20 and 22, can make it through a European tie against anyone at all, I'll certainly doff my cap to Eddie May for his faith in youth.
STILL in the literary world and with a doff of the cap in Juventus's direction, memories of one of The People's most famous scoops will be stirred in September with the release of the autobiography of former Sheffield Wednesday and England defender Peter Swan.
Lori Jeffrey of Toronto's BonaVista Asset Management agrees, "Quartet frees me up to do the business of the company instead of having to doff.
I'll always doff my cap for a coin or two - or, better still, give them to a worthy charity.
Doff wrote in the March 1962 issue of Nursing Homes:
With nothing to doff, worshipers weakly wave bulletins at their faces while dreaming of getting outside where there's at least a breeze.
It's called the Doff & Donner and it makes it easier than ever to put on and take off compression socks and stockings, and even arm-sleeves
I WANT to steal Cheryl Cole's salute and doff my own imaginary cap to the singer for her nail-on-the-head hangover Tweets.