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Glennie

/ˈɡlɛnɪ/
noun
1.
Dame Evelyn (Elizabeth Ann). born 1965, Scottish percussionist and composer; profundly deaf since the age of twelve
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  • Perhaps for glennie's sake it will be safer not to disclose Dick's identity.

    The Snare Rafael Sabatini
  • glennie is gaining ground: I write and read, and attend to him.

  • glennie would resent it, and he'd be perfectly right in doing so.

    Motor Matt's Daring Rescue Stanley R. Matthews
  • "glennie's here in the office," repeated the man at the other end of the line.

    Motor Matt's Daring Rescue Stanley R. Matthews
  • This fine picture is now at Aberdeen, in the possession of Beattie's niece, Mrs. glennie.

  • There is a passage nearly four miles wide, and 23 fathoms deep, between this part of glennie's Group and the Promontory.

  • glennie must have "hustled," for in less than a minute he was at the phone, saying hello, and asking what was wanted.

    Motor Matt's Daring Rescue Stanley R. Matthews
  • Moderation in all athletic exercises was prescribed to the boy, but Dr glennie had some difficulty in restraining his activity.

  • My cousin Mr. glennie invalided, from the Doris, having broken a blood-vessel.

  • Then if there should be trouble later, glennie, having known nothing of the real facts, will not be held responsible.

    The Snare Rafael Sabatini

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