murphy, who has advised both John McCain and Mitt Romney, admittedly has an ax to grind.
The Daily Beast has learned that murphy, as do many stars, used an alias—Lola Manilow—when booking cars and hotels and travel.
The officers were still unaware that murphy was down as they began a roll-call procedure that is routine at shooting scenes.
Asked why he went into politics, murphy, 61, replied with a laugh, “to help fix health care.”
More officers arrived, hearing the gunshots, but not seeing murphy.
murphy meanwhile lay curled up tight on his corner of the hearthrug, with his eyes wide open, watching every movement intently.
Jim eyed the man skeptically and murphy spoke with sudden heat.
murphy put in a miserable hour over the primus melting snow.
Bill stopped abruptly, for murphy's fist was under his nose.
Scarcely had the door closed on murphy, than Rodolph, covering his face with his hands, uttered a heavy groan.
Gaelic Murchadh "sea-warrior." The Celtic "sea" element is also in names Muriel (q.v.), Murdoch (Old Irish Muireadhach, Old Welsh Mordoc "mariner"), etc. Murphy bed (1925) is named for U.S. inventor William Lawrence Murphy (1876-1959). By happy coincidence, Murphy was an illiterate 18c.-19c. perversion of Morpheus, god of sleep.
Murphy Mur·phy (mûr'fē), William Parry. 1892-1987.
American physician. He shared a 1934 Nobel Prize for discovering that a diet of liver relieves anemia.
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