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McNally

[muh k-nal-ee] /məkˈnæl i/
noun
1.
Terrance, born 1938, U.S. playwright.
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  • There was a regular hard horse of a boatswain's-mate with us, of the name of McNally.

    Ned Myers James Fenimore Cooper
  • McNally had a private carriage also, with a footman in livery.

  • It was said that McNally often took as much as 1,600 in a single day.

  • Ladies,” explained McNally, “are those who have patches on the seats of their pants.

    Gold Stewart White
  • In the course of his wanderings he came to our end of the bar, and jostled McNally aside.

    Gold Stewart White

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