Definition of Dotations
1. dotation [n] - See also: dotation
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Literary usage of Dotations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Régime by Hippolyte Taine (1890)
"dotations and majorities.— Emulation.—V. The inward spring from 1789 to 1815.—Its force.—Its decline.—How it ends in breaking the machine down. ..."
2. The Diary of Ralph Thoresby... (1677-1724): Now First Published from the by Ralph Thoresby (1830)
"ui enjoy my own with- •,.,. . .«.:« afflicts me. dotations; after, to dis- ]£„ -c, about ditto concerns, raj . ..."
3. The Diplomatic Reminiscences of Lord Augustus Loftus. 1862-1879 by Augustus Loftus (1894)
"... for the Restoration of Peace—dotations to Distinguished Generals—Royal Change at Konigs Wusterhausen—Preparation for German Parliament—Opening of It by ..."