(n.) A small Dutch coin, worth about half a farthing; also, a similar small coin once used in Scotland; hence, any small piece of money.
(n.) A thing of small value; as, I care not a doit.
(1) Based on local needs, this system was improved upon in 1989 which included installation of the Greek statistical System "DoIt".
(2) The "Egin0" and "DoIt" systems have also allowed researchers to analyze aggregate data.
(3) "EginO" and "DoIt" gave possibilities to evaluate health services by following the morbidity, while also making it possible to describe and analyse health needs in the population of Spili and other primary health care catchment areas in Greece.
(4) A case records system, "Egino", was installed in the University of Heraklion and at the Health Centre in Spili in 1988, and was further developed according to local needs during 1989, when also a Greek version of the statistical system, "DoIt", was installed.
(n.) A heavy, stupid fellow; a blockhead; a numskull; an ignoramus; a dunce; a dullard.
(v. i.) To behave foolishly.
(1) George is unreliable... untrustworthy... to coin a phrase, a dolt."
(2) 28 mins: Look at the pedantic dolts I have to deal with: "So which bit of '4 mins ... 7mins ... 10 mins' is 'minute-by-minute' commentary, exactly?"
(3) His predecessor, Richard Daley, was embraced as an authentic Chicagoan with no ambitions beyond the city, even if he came across in public as a monosyllabic dolt.
(4) Analyses were conducted on three reference standard materials certified for their methyl mercury content, DOLT-1, DORM-1, and TORT-1, provided by the National Research Council of Canada.
(5) The cull might help to destroy the industry these bloody-minded dolts claim to defend.
(6) Some dolt in a car coat jogs around for a while, before being shoved to the ground by several police officers waving sticks.
(7) Of course, if you have £9bn to spend on a party, surely only a dolt could fail.
(8) Another critique of the great war is that the troops were commanded by dolts, a fact it must be said that is contested by many eminent historians.
(9) That's the point of the episode, you catastrophic dolt.