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Caulfield

/ˈkɔːlfiːld/
noun
1.
Patrick (Joseph). 1936–2005, British painter and printmaker
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  • Precisely at twelve o'clock we started for the races at caulfield.

    The Last Voyage Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
  • Captain caulfield had with him my cousin Butshead Gorges, and eight more.

    The Discovery of Guiana Sir Walter Raleigh
  • Neither caulfield nor his successor could carry their point.

  • General caulfield, who had heard of his illness, came over to see him.

    Clara Maynard W.H.G. Kingston
  • The letter was closed ready for the post, when General caulfield was announced.

    Clara Maynard W.H.G. Kingston
  • General caulfield was detained in the North; he wrote frequently to Clara.

    Clara Maynard W.H.G. Kingston
  • "Not so fast, if you please, Miss Helena," interposed Mr. caulfield.

  • May I ask, Mr. caulfield, if you Irish call revenge 'ginerosity?'

  • And pray, Mary, if Mr. caulfield should be one of the party, do not let her be much with him.

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