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Gayle

[geyl] /geɪl/
noun
1.
a female or male given name.
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  • Gayle entered into Tracy's world that night open to hearing a special call.

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  • Leaving Gayle behind, we climb up a steep and stony road above the beck until we are soon above the level of green pasturage.

  • "Don't you make any mistakes," wisely admonished Miss Gayle.

  • But I didn't have to tell them all this, for just then we heard the gate click and saw our friend, Mr. Gayle, coming up the walk.

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  • "Aunt Mary is sending him out here to find us," Rufe said, as we saw Mr. Gayle coming out of the dining-room door.

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