dove

  1. any of numerous small pigeons
  2. someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations
  3. a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Puppis and Caelum
  4. an emblem of peace
  5. drop steeply
  6. plunge into water
  7. swim under water

Dove

(from the article `flight, history of`) ...international dealer networks. Other companies that produced planes for corporate use and small `feeder` airlines fared better. The twin-engine De ...
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dove

[n] - someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations 2. [n] - an emblem of peace 3. [n] - any of numerous small pigeons
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dove

noun any of numerous small pigeons
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dove

(politics) Person who takes a moderate, sometimes pacifist, view on political issues. The term originated in the US during the Vietnam War. Its counterpart is a hawk. In more general usage today, a dove is equated with liberal policies, and a hawk with conservative ones
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dove

(zoology) Another name for pigeon
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Dove

[crater] This is a heavily worn and eroded crater with a rim that is overlaid by multiple small craters. In particular the satellite crater Dove C has broken into the southwestern rim and a gap joins the floor of the two formations. The southern rim has been struck by multiple small impacts that form a tight cluster across the rim. There ar...
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Dove

[Dawn Granger] Personal photo taken by me. ...
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Dove

[given name] Dove v is a given name in the English language. The name is derived from the English vocabulary word `dove`. This is word is in turn derived from the Old English douve, from the Old Norse döfa. The dove is noted as a symbol of peace. The name was coined in modern times. ==People with the name== Although the name Dove would nor...
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Dove

[steamboat] The steamboat Dove operated in the late 1890s and early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet and also for a time on Grays Harbor. She was later converted into a tug. The Dove (ex-Typhoon) should not be confused with the Virginia III (ex-Typhoon). ==Construction== Dove was originally built in 1889 in Portland, Oregon f...
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Dove

[toiletries] Dove is a personal care brand owned by Unilever. Dove products are manufactured in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Pakistan, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey and United States. The products are sold in more than 80 countries and are offered for both women...
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Dove

Dove noun [ Middle English dove , duve , douve , Anglo-Saxon d...fe ; akin to Old Saxon d...ba , Dutch duif , Old High German t...ba , German taube , Icelandic d...fa , Swedish dufva , Danish due , Goth. d...b......
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dove

1. <zoology> A pigeon of the genus Columba and various related genera. The species are numerous. ... The domestic dove, including the varieties called fantails, tumblers, carrier pigeons, etc, was derived from the rock pigeon (Columba livia) of Europe and Asia; the turtledove of Europe, celebrated for its sweet, plaintive note, is C. Turtur o...
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Dove

a plasterers trowel. Basically a largish, rectangular metal plate with handle attached.
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dove

any of certain birds of the pigeon family, Columbidae (order Columbiformes). The names pigeon and dove are often used interchangeably. Although ... [6 related articles]
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Dove

Dove (dŭv) , river, c.40 mi (60 km) long, rising in the Pennines, Derbyshire, central England, and flowing S and SE to the River Trent near Burton upon Trent. It forms much of the Derbyshire-Staffordshire boundary. Its watercourse was a haunt of Izaak Walton and still provides fishing. The roc...
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dove

dove: see pigeon.
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dove

Person who takes a moderate, sometimes pacifist, view on political issues. The term originated in the US during the Vietnam War. Its counterpart is a hawk. In more general usage today, a dove is...
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Dove

The dove is a bird of the family Columbidae (pigeon).
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