doric doric  /ˈdɔ rɪk/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken in Doris
  2. (adj) of or pertaining to the Doric style of architecture

News

  1. Airbus said to win order from Doric worth over $4B, Bloomberg says

    Airbus SAS (EADSY) is said to be set to win an order for more than 10 A380 double-decker airliners from leasing company Doric Asset Finance, says Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the situation. Doric ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Airbus Said to Win A380 Order Over $4 Billion From Doric

    Airbus SAS is set to win an order for more than 10 A380 double-decker airliners from leasing company Doric Asset Finance Ltd., people familiar with the transaction said.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

Quotes

  1. Mr Cruickshank said: "The Euston Arch Trust has been campaigning for 15 years to re-build the Euston Arch at Euston station. The arch, completed in 1838, was the first great building of the railway age, the largest Grecian Doric gateway ever made...
    on May 21, 2009 By: Dan Cruickshank Source: Camden New Journal

  2. Ted Brocklebank, of the Scottish Conservatives, said: "We have dialects of English such as Doric and Lallans, which are very rich, but they are not separate languages."
    on Feb 23, 2008 By: Ted Brocklebank Source: Scotland on Sunday

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