DOTY


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
DOTYDealer of the Year
References in periodicals archive ?
After the accident, police determined the brakes on Sofia's bike were not working, Doty said.
The unit award granted to Doty will vest as rated over a two-year period, contingent on his continued service as COO and subject to prorated or full accelerated vesting upon the occurrence of certain events.
In his 2017 ruling, Doty granted both officers summary judgment, dismissing Karels' claim that she was denied proper treatment.
However, Doty will not be back for the Purple Army having agreed a contract with Elite League rivals Nottingham Panthers.
Doty foregrounds his plays as scripts for performance in the outdoor playhouses, making for an illuminating parallel between the political popularity explored within the plays, and their own role in the economy of theatre-going.
'Having access to the key microbial strains that help wild plants thrive on just rocks and sand will be crucial for moving agriculture, bioenergy and forestry away from a dependence on chemical fertilizers and towards a more natural way of boosting plant productivity,' said Doty.
According to ABC affiliate (http://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/deputy-injured-during-overnight-shooting-in-york-county-officials-say/684343583) WSOC-TV , the slain officer, 37-year-old Doty, worked at the York County Sheriff's Office since May 2006.
Doty is currently the Director of Texas Black Music Educators, which is a music education association to preserve, protect and foster the continued development of all music along with the legacy of those who composed, recorded, performed and taught the music.
Doty, PhD, director of the STC, referring to the areas of disease activity seen on MRI scans.
"Parents want to know what are these big testing vendors and the federal and state government going to do with my kid's testing data?" says David Doty, an educational consultant with the firm Education Direction.
Strict regulations on genetically engineered plants in the United States and elsewhere may make these green cleaners difficult to use, says environmental scientist Sharon Doty of the University of Washington in Seattle.
General contractor Turner Construction Company raised the final beam for the building in a ceremony attended by l-r: Mike Ottavio-Hines, Seppi Colloredo-Mansfeld, Hines; Evan Haskell, CBRE; Dan Doty, Hines; Sarah Hawkins, Hines; Doug Schwartz, JPM; Andrea Pierce, JPM; Jeremy Hopkins, JPM; Tiffany Rufrano, JPM; Annie Yan, PCF; Kerry Sheehan, PCF; Yvonne Szeto, PCF; Howard Fiddle, CBRE; Tommy Craig, Hines; Frank Garigliano, Hines; Charlie Murphy, Turner; Pasquale Eboli, Hines.