- John,1700–58, British poet.
- Mary,died 1660, American Quaker religious martyr, born in England.
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Examples from the Web for dyer
But Dyer, in all his wide range—four novels and six, yes, genre-defying works of nonfiction—can indeed be classified.
Dyer on a bad day is still more profound, and more polished, than most writers at their effortful best.
Dyer is unequivocal about the moral imperative of protecting rhino, even though the costs and challenges are huge.
“The whole objective is to run one big rhino sanctuary,” Dyer said.
Whatever persona she adopts, Dyer is framed lovingly by her husband.David Bailey’s ‘Stardust’ Shows a Keen Eye for Fine Faces
February 8, 2014
Miss Dyer groaned, and drew an uncertain hand across her forehead.
Miss Dyer spoke absently, glancing from the window in growing trouble.
In this same connection may be named other items of folklore related by Mr. Dyer.Storyology
He went direct to the Rue de Marais and demanded to speak with the dyer.Gerald Fitzgerald
Charles James Lever
This was her family name; she was called Tintoretta because her father had been a dyer.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Word Origin and History for dyer
late 14c. (late 13c. as a surname), agent noun from dye (v.).
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