Jim Doyle was the uncommunicative spokesman for Archibald Cox and Leon Jaworski at the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.
First in the line is Miles Archibald Romney, born in Dalton in 1806.
He rejected the names Richardson put forward until he got the one he wanted: Archibald Cox.
Grant was born as Archibald Leach, to a mentally ill woman and a working-class pants presser in Bristol, England.
Sir Archibald came back, picked up the pistol, and flung it also into the pool.
Jack flushed with pleasure to find that the great Archibald Grahame had heard of him.
Sir Archibald Bruce, a neighbouring landowner, and his wife had come, bringing their daughter Dorothy to play tennis.
If I'd known you would be so rude to a lady, I should have sent Archibald to speak with you.
I think he ought to have been, after I spoke myself to Mr. Archibald about it.
The Deans proclamation had been elicited by some remark of Sir Archibald.
masc. proper name, from Old High German Erchanbald, literally "genuine bold," from erchan "genuine" + bald (see bold). Archie, British World War I military slang for "German anti-aircraft fire" (1915) supposedly is from black humor of airmen dodging hostile fire and thinking of the refrain of a popular music hall song, "Archibald, certainly not!"