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The meaning of «doi»

DOI or Doi may refer to:
Doing It Right (DIR) is a holistic approach to scuba diving that encompasses several essential elements, including fundamental diving skills, teamwork, physical fitness, and streamlined and minimalistic equipment configurations.
Doink the Clown is the persona originated by professional wrestler Matt Osborne in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and used there from 1992 to 1997, and sporadically thereafter.
In sociology and gender studies, "doing gender" is the idea that in Western culture, gender, rather than being an innate quality of individuals, is a psychologically ingrained social construct that actively surfaces in everyday human interaction.
"Doing It" is a song by English recording artist Charli XCX from her second studio album, Sucker (2014).
"Doin' It Right" is a song written and performed by French electronic music duo Daft Punk and American musician Panda Bear of the band Animal Collective.
"Doing a Leeds" is an English football phrase which has become synonymous with the potential dire consequences for domestic clubs of financial mismanagement, following the rapid decline in the 2000s of Leeds United F.C., a Premier League club that invested heavily to reach the semi-finals of the lucrative Champions League European competition, but in the process built up large debts.
Doilungdêqên District is a district in Lhasa prefecture-level city, Tibet, north-west of the main center of Chengguan, Tibet.
Doin' It Again is the third studio album by English Grime artist Skepta. It features artists N-Dubz, Preeya Kalidas, Charlee Drew, Boy Better Know and Chip and was released on 31 January 2011 on Boy Better Know and All Around the World.
Doin' My Thing is the second studio album by American country music artist Luke Bryan. It was released on October 6, 2009 by Capitol Nashville.

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