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Quayle

[kweyl] /kweɪl/
noun
1.
James Danforth ("Dan") born 1947, vice president of the U.S. 1989–93.
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  • Glory Quayle was an orphan, and her grandfather was a poor country clergyman.

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  • And Glory Quayle was dressing and undressing them and preparing them for the stage!

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  • An able-bodied woman like Glory Quayle doesn't starve in a place like London.

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  • The play was the latest work of the Scandinavian dramatist, the actress was Glory Quayle.

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  • I came to ask if you could tell me anything of Nurse Quayle?

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British Dictionary definitions for Quayle

Quayle

/kweɪl/
noun
1.
Sir (John) Anthony. 1913–89, British actor and theatrical producer: director (1948–56) of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
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