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O'Day

[oh-dey] /oʊˈdeɪ/
noun
1.
Anita (Anita Belle Colton) 1919–2006, U.S. jazz singer.
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  • "No, suh; much obliged, but I ain't got only a minute to stay," said O'Day.

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    Irvin S. Cobb
  • O'Day squinted his eyes, his lips moving in silent calculation.

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    Irvin S. Cobb
  • "'Tain't no gift of money, or nothin' like that," O'Day hastened to explain.

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    Irvin S. Cobb
  • "Yes, seven would have to be the hour, Mr. Kling" said O'Day.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • At the sound of O'Day's step the occupant lifted his head and peered out.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • He had now taken in the width of O'Day's shoulders and the length of his forearm.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • "Yes, sir, thirty," and she crept back and laid the rule in O'Day's hand.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • "Nat talks too much, Mr. O'Day," he piped in a high-keyed voice.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • Couldn't you bring her down here once in a while, Mr. O'Day?

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith
  • She had moved to O'Day's side and had slipped her hand in his.

    Felix O'Day F. Hopkinson Smith

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