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Batley

noun
  1. a town in N England, in Kirklees unitary authority, West Yorkshire. Pop: 49 448 (2001)
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  • “I want you to tell Batley that he must keep his hands off of Jim,” she said.

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  • He strode out of the room, and Batley smiled as he followed him.

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  • Batley appeared to be discussing the principles of operating on the stock exchange.

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  • He had Batley with him and the Crestwicks, who were down before.

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  • Clarence had gone away with Batley when Lisle called on Mrs. Gladwyne.

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