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Beware of the little beginnings which 'eat as doth a canker.'

But “cursed be he that doth the work of God negligently or guilefully.”

'who asks doth err'

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Nor is it any objection that in "He doth not resist you" St. James changes to the present tense.

A Wind Doth Blow

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William Shakespeare's The Jedi Doth Return (William Shakespeare's Star Wars)

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How use doth breed a habit in a man!

According to the TV series official pronunciation guide developed for the cast and crew, "Dothraki" is pronounced "Doth-RACK-ee". has pointed out that peculiarly, author pronounces the final "i" in the word "Dothraki" long, like the final "i" in "fungi" or "alumni", but he's the only one that pronounces it that way. It isn't pronounced that way in the official audio books, or anywhere else.

In appearance, the Dothraki are a large people, with copper-toned skin, dark eyes, and dark hair. In facial features, their eyes are almond-shaped.

I wasted time, now time doth waste me.

Anita Doth
Anita Doth during a live show in Utrecht, The Netherlands, December 1995
Background information
Birth name Anita Daniëlle Dels
Born (1971-12-28) 28 December 1971 (age 44)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genres Eurodance, house, dance-pop, Hi-NRG
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, DJ, host
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1991–Present
Labels ZYX Records, BYTE Records, ToCo International, Pleasure Records, Spinnin' Records
Associated acts 2 Unlimited, Divas of Dance, Ray & Anita

Who to himself is law, no law doth need.

has stated that the Dothraki are inspired by a loose mix of the Mongols, Huns, Alans, Turks, Native American plains tribes, and various other nomadic horse-riding peoples who lived on the open steppe.

In the novels, the Dothraki are numerous and are divided into large hordes or which range over vast areas. 's consists of 40,000 warriors and is said to be unusually large. The Dothraki are mostly active on the , a vast inland area of grassy plains and steppes, but sometimes raid into the to the west and Slaver's Bay and Lhazar to the south. The Dothraki are untrusting of outsiders, but respectful of capable warriors even from other cultures. They particularly dislike those who have inherited their titles and done nothing to earn them. Though the Dothraki also consider the sea as poison water since their horses cannot drink it, the books establish that at least Dothraki have crossed the Narrow Sea to Westeros, such as Zollo and Iggo, who serve in the sellsword company, the Brave Companions, under Vargo Hoat ( in the TV series)