- Eric (Russell),born 1916, U.S. critic, editor, and translator; born in England.
- Phyllis,1894–1977, English novelist.
- Richard,1662–1742, English scholar and critic.
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Contemporary Examples of bentley
On my way back to the train station, in the back seat of a Mulsanne, I asked the driver how he likes driving a Bentley.
Every Bentley is made to order, which essentially means anything “superficial” is possible.
Bentley will play an unspecified part during the fourth season of Game of Thrones.Meet Game of Thrones’ Sexy New Season 4 Cast: The Red Viper, Porn Stars, and More
April 4, 2014
In time I got over Estella (what a tease—Bentley Drummond was welcome to her).My Imaginary Literary Friends
February 23, 2014
Just one look at me caused a new silver Bentley to double the distance between our two cars as drove up Toronto's Avenue Road.How to Be a Racing Pirate King
May 21, 2013
Historical Examples of bentley
But Bentley, white-faced, had already clicked up the receiver.
And he might take her even if it were not necessary, since he had warned Bentley she must be removed.
He held on easily with his right hand while Bentley and Tyler swayed dizzily.
Bentley held his automatic tightly gripped in his right hand.
Tyler gasped, staring at Bentley as though for a moment he thought him crazy.
- Edmund Clerihew . 1875–1956, English journalist, noted for his invention of the clerihew