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Dole earned two Purple Hearts and was awarded the Bronze Star for his service, but doctors weren’t sure he’d survive.

Gunderson, in his letter, also noted he had supported Dole’s past presidential efforts and had endorsed him before being asked.

It moved on to the Senate where as the then-minority leader, Dole signed on as a co-sponsor.

While Dole, once a three-sport athlete, was initially left despondent by his injuries, he went on to speak about his disabilities openly over the years.

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In many ways, Dole hoped to make himself a distant part of others survivors’ support networks, as those who came before did for him.

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Sneaker and clothing brands routinely dole out buckets of dough to drape their swag over popular cultural characters.

I was also involved in the origins of the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University.

These labels matter, but so does our over-zealous urge to dole them out and endlessly dwell on them.

A month before the Ethics Committee vote that McConnell boasts about today, he and Dole were publicly defending Packwood.

“There can be no question that the trendiest trend of our popular culture is the return of drug use,” Dole said.

Some waited too long—waited to dole out to a frenzied public all available cash and close the doors too late for solvency.

The principle at once sets men thinking on the selfish side, and makes them dole their good deeds with a thrifty hand.

But he fished out a dole, though he was vexed at the injury to the supper.

"Then keep it, and dole it out as you like," said Sadie quickly.

I could dole out secretaryships and lordships, and never a one without getting something in return.

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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dole, such as: allotment, alms, apportionment, benefit, charity, and dispensation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.