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Connell

/ˈkɒnəl/
noun
1.
Desmond. born 1926, Irish cardinal; Archbishop of Dublin and primate of Ireland (1988–2004)
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  • Be so good as send me Fergusson, by connell, and I will remit you the money.

  • "The divils mean mischief, Mister Peril," whispered connell.

    The Copper Princess Kirk Munroe
  • The hopes of her recovery, Mr. connell, are but slender,—if any.

  • Oh, shes got a first-class trainer in connell and he will do his part all right.

    Quarter-Back Bates Ralph Henry Barbour
  • The conversation was abruptly ended by a cry of pain from Mrs. connell.

    Remarkable Rogues

    Charles Kingston
  • connell's brigade was in the center, and Croxton on the right.

    Chattanooga and Chickamauga Henry V. Boynton
  • It was next to impossible that Rupert could have thus written to connell and connell.

    Trevlyn Hold Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "But these communications from connell and connell are not the less disgraceful," was the reply.

    Trevlyn Hold Mrs. Henry Wood
  • She, Mrs. Chattaway, was puzzled more than all by these letters from connell and connell.

    Trevlyn Hold Mrs. Henry Wood
  • But what do connell and connell mean by sending me such a letter as this?

    Trevlyn Hold Mrs. Henry Wood

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