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Scarfe

/skɑːf/
noun
1.
Gerald. born 1936, British cartoonist, famous for his scathing caricatures of politicians and celebrities
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  • It was scarfe; and Raby would sooner have met any one else in the world.

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  • If this should be the scarfe he knew, he was not yet rid, he felt, of Bolsover or of his bad name.

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  • She discovered that scarfe had a cold, to which exposure might be disastrous.

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  • “It will be no pleasure without Miss Atherton,” said scarfe.

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  • Bother a hospital nurse, bother the doctor, bother scarfe, bother everybody.

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  • scarfe, livid with rage, made no attempt to get back into the room.

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  • scarfe descended to the drawing-room, where he found Mrs Rimbolt alone.

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