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Doris, small mountainous district, central Greece, inland between the Gulf of Corinth and the Malian Gulf. It was the traditional homeland of the Dorians, who may, in fact, have paused there during their invasion of Greece. Sparta gave Doris military aid during the 5th cent. BC

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DORIS

DORIS A proprietary method developed by British Aerospace from both MASCOT and CORE. It provides full system life-cycle coverage for both software and hardware development.

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