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Scofield

/ˈskəʊfiːld/
noun
1.
(David) Paul. (1922–2008), English stage and film actor
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  • I was out to dinner with Mr. scofield and his wife who came in '49.

  • Mrs. scofield was first taken home and then Mr. scofield started for our home.

  • Coroner scofield was receiving the report of Doctor Moore, who had arrived with him.

    The Curved Blades

    Carolyn Wells
  • “Inside job,” observed scofield, briefly, his eyes on his work.

    The Curved Blades

    Carolyn Wells
  • “That is all,” said scofield, briefly, and the next witness was called.

    The Curved Blades

    Carolyn Wells
  • I told scofield this morning he could begin to load that schooner of his.

    Carolyn of the Corners Ruth Belmore Endicott
  • Then he looked at scofield imperiously, and they went out together.

    True and Other Stories George Parsons Lathrop
  • He came from here and spoke about scofield; said he was a weaver.

    True and Other Stories George Parsons Lathrop
  • Fact is, I knew scofield's wife's sister when she was young.

    True and Other Stories George Parsons Lathrop

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