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Engle

[eng-guh l] /ˈɛŋ gəl/
noun
1.
Paul (Hamilton) 1908–91, U.S. poet and educator.
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  • Elisha, first; Broadsword, second; that thing of Engle's, third.

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  • I've told you this Engle melon ain't as ripe as they think it is.

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  • Elisha will come from behind; Engle is smart enough for that.

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  • "He'll quit about the time he hits the head of the stretch," said Engle.

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  • Engle says you don't and never did, but that Elisha is a dog, same as he said at first.

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  • Here's Engle's mare, Sunflower, the favourite and comes fourth.

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  • Engle and his bunch are in the clear, but they lost a lot of money on the mare.

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  • It's no news that Engle's bunch is out for your scalp, is it?

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  • "The coke will die out before he's gone half a mile," said Engle.

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  • Engle is in there, and O'Connor and a lot more that have been under cover.

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