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Heseltine

/ˈhɛzəlˌtaɪn/
noun
1.
Michael (Ray Dibden) Baron. born 1933, British Conservative politician; secretary of state for defence (1983–86); secretary of state for the environment (1990–92); secretary of state for trade and industry (1992–95); deputy prime minister (1995–97)
2.
Philip Arnold. the real name of composer Peter Warlock See Warlock
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  • Captain heseltine and Mr. Flemyng looked at their watches and nodded gravely.

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  • "He might at least brush the knees of his trousers," moaned Captain heseltine.

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  • Captain heseltine appeared with a summons for Dick, who sulkily obeyed.

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  • In the Park he met Captain heseltine, also mounted and looking very hot.

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  • It can't be heseltine or Flemyng—they're not her sort—and there's no one else.

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  • Captain heseltine's observation was brief, but comprehensive.

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  • Captain heseltine lowered the walking-stick and looked at her with an air of expectancy.

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  • "We seem to be spectators," observed Captain heseltine, in a disappointed tone.

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  • "That fellow would have caught me a crack but for you, heseltine," said Mr. Kilshaw.

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  • But nothing came of it, except that Whistler sent one of his pastels to Mr. heseltine.

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