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doff

[dôf]
Etymology: ME, contraction of do off, take off
to take off (clothing).
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50) Again, "the County [did] not require PCRDF employees to don or doff their uniforms and safety gear at work, and the record contain[ed] no evidence that the nature of Plaintiffs' work, safety concerns, laws, or anything else necessitate[d] that PCRDF employees don uniforms and safety equipment at work.
Doff, "if convalescent homes are for those who really need care or only for those who have no particular trouble.
Doff The Derby's progeny have failed to match the exploits of Generous up until now, with perhaps the most disappointing being his full-brother Padua's Pride, who cost a record 2.
Doff The Derby, unraced in the US, was one of those rare broodmares first mated as a two-year-old.
Doff The Derby, although now 17, was due to be sold on Monday.
David Nagle, owner of Barronstown Stud, explained yesterday: "Diane and I own half Doff The Derby and the other 50 per cent belongs to a conglomerate in New Zealand.
We believe Doff is highly qualified on all counts and will be instrumental in helping us achieve our marketing goals.
Best known as dam of Generous, the dual Derby winner of 1991, Doff The Derby is also responsible for four of the seven most expensive foals sold in Tattersalls' history.
Union rep Ken Flack said: "Shall we doff our caps as well?
After being seated one time, I decided to doff my sports coat, partly because I couldn't see any other male diners wearing jackets and partly because I felt a tad warm in it.
However much it pains us, we've got to grit our teeth, doff our hats and salute Value Scope as a tipping phenomenon," said Williams.
Students were also upset about the news of their spiritual leader they regard as ``cool,'' ``a good guy'' ready with a smile, a joke, or to doff his coat for a game of hoops.