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dode

Someone who is socially inept or stupid; a loser. Ugh, don't even talk to that guy, he's a real dode.

dode

(dod)
n. a nerd; a simpleton. My roommate is a loser. I was afraid I’d end up with a dode.
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Dodes, a psychiatrist who co-conceived the New York Times bestseller "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President" (St.
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The sixth text of this cluster, for example, entitled "Dit Sijn Teyken des Aenstaenden Dodes" ("These Are the Signs of Impending Death"), can be found in a medical manuscript.
In a rare interview last year, Woody Allen told the Wall Street Journal's Rachel Dodes that he hasn't paid attention to critics in 40 years, and he's all the happier for it.
In "Bling Dreams," Dodes and Korshak incorporate a hip-hop sensibility into their work--as several other artists have in recent years, including Luis Gispert, Alex Melamid, Kehinde Wiley, and Rashaad Newsome.
John Dodes recommends that Americans start redefining their routine when it comes to oral care.
Successful retailers will need to look closely at continuing to maintain and restrict inventory levels, offer lower-priced options, multi-channel options, Dodes and Mattioli (2010) reported that retailers are now looking at new strategies to boost sales.
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Reporters contributing to the blog include Teri Agins, Ellen Byron, Rachel Dodes, Vanessa O'Connell, Ray Smith and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan.
NPCA is a partner in the Responsible Care[R] program launched by the ACC, which also has distribution and security dodes. SOCMA's ChemStewards[R] program, introduced at the end of 2005, places a strong emphasis on implementing appropriate security measures.
Hansen's Translations of Ibsen on the Russian Stage," Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, 6 (1979): 369-75; "The Incomplete Self in Pontoppidan's De Dodes Rige," Scandinavian Studies, 50 (1978): 396-402; the latter partially reprinted as "The Incomplete Self in Pontoppidan's De Dodes Rige" in Twentieth-Century Literary, Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1988), Vol.
The benefits of amalgams over other currently available restorative materials have been well described (Dodes 2001).