DOC

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Minor Passions Characters - Doc
... Doc was a local doctor in Bermuda, and a long-time friend of both Liz and Brian ... When Liz decided she wanted to stay in Harmony, Doc purchased her hotel from her ...
DOC - Other Uses
... organic carbon, a molecule classification Doc (mascot), the Towson University mascot Dominion of Canada Dóc, a village in Csongrád County, Hungary Dóc, the Hungarian name ...
doc AOC
5,700 hectares of declared vineyards, constituting 34.5% of the Médoc total, annually producing on average 300,000 hectolitres of wine ... Of the grape varieties permitted by INAO in Médoc, 50% of the viticultural area is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and to a lesser extent Petit Verdot and ...
Bucelas DOC
... The region has Portugal's highest wine classification as a Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC) ... Located south of the Arruda DOC, the region is noted for its potential for cool fermentation white wine production ...
Tavira DOC
... has Portugal's highest wine classification as a Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC) ... the region is flanked on the west by the Lagoa DOC ...

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    Samuel Fuller, U.S. screenwriter, and Milton Sperling. Samuel Fuller. Doc (Andrew Duggan)

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    Samuel G. Engel (1904–1984)