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Reardon

noun
  1. Ray . born 1932, Welsh snooker player: world champion 1970, 1973–76, 1978
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  • "Not to Reardon," Jeff's inner voice was commenting satirically.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • Here was Reardon, the evil influence behind him, too soon upon the scene.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • To Reardon, she was immeasurably beautiful and as far as that above him.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • He turned upon Reardon, but with no suggestion of resentment.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • Jeffrey was conscious that every muscle in Reardon's body had its just measure of attention.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown