[ US /ˈdɔɪ/ ]
  1. the United States federal department charged with conservation and the development of natural resources; created in 1849
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  • When we see her, we remember that hot July day doing five knots pulling Jess and Jerry on a tube and Russ skippering his first yacht.
  • Before you know it, all the Sandy Clarks and Billy Starks doing the media rounds are back in business until the next time they are given their jotters for failing to meet fans' expectations.
  • All four men continue to deny any wrongdoing under the criminal and sporting proceedings. Times, Sunday Times
  • The "lawmen" in the Justice Department, etc, who are doing the hard work to bring these Wall Street criminals to the courthouse will be compromised. Stephen Gyllenhaal: Goldman and Sachs and Lipstick and Rouge
  • Doing so would nullify one's neutrality so to speak.
  • They’re doing research, Dwayne, on what they call retinal discharge. Underworld
  • You can stoke his silicon chest and pinch his squeezable bum - it may be the closest you ever get to doing it.
  • I suggest you follow Rosie's example and start doing regular exercise.
  • Ruling was in a sense a job, a calling, the only thing he knew how to do and could conceive of doing.
  • It nearly brought a tear to my eye when I saw thousands of screaming fans watching a bunch of (and I use the term affectionately) nerds out there doing their thing. Sun Bloggers
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