At Home in Mitford

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What does the term "Buddy Row" mean in the books?

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"Dooley Barlowe is a confused and hurt child. Abandoned by his parents and left in the care of a sick grandfather, Dooley puts up a tough front. Disrespectful and unhappy, he challenges Father Tim to bring out the confident, loving child within."  Dooley is affectionately know as Buddy Row.  This is a loving and cute nickname that Father Tim calls Dooley.

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