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Robey

/ˈrəʊbɪ/
noun
1.
Sir George, original name George Edward Wade, known as the prime minister of mirth. 1869–1954, British music-hall comedian, who also appeared in films
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  • Bishop robey had had twin sons, who, unlike most twins, were very different.

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  • Perhaps Mrs. robey alone of them all knew how much they would miss him.

    Good Old Anna Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • As you have done it, I'm glad you came to me instead of Mr. robey.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Peters says robey will be disbanding the third squad in a week or so, too.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Now that robey has pinched Thursby there's only about fifteen left on the team.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • What if he disappointed Andy and Coach robey when the time came?

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Mr. robey said you were to get into it if you felt all right.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Said it came at noon, but robey wouldn't let him give it to me.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • robey had to start at the bottom and build up the whole thing.

    Left Guard Gilbert Ralph Henry Barbour
  • And robey was telling me only half an hour ago to hurry you up.

    Left Guard Gilbert Ralph Henry Barbour

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