an artificial fly having a quill body, golden tag, tan-spotted wings and tail, and gray hackle.
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How to use cahill in a sentence
One day he received a phone call from State Sen. Pamela cahill, the Republican minority leader.Super PAC Adviser Rick Tyler is Newt Gingrich’s Mini-Me | Lloyd Grove | January 31, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The following year, she and cahill moved to Los Angeles, where Batmanglij was studying at the American Film Institute.
In other words, “carbohydrate is driving insulin is driving fat,” says George cahill, a professor at Harvard Medical School.
It is entirely possible that among cahill, Chafee, Cutler—and potentially Crist—three will emerge as winners on Election Day.
“Crist cannot win unless he runs as an independent,” says Keith Frederick, who is doing polling for cahill, Chafee, and Cutler.
Mr cahill was coming and the three would have such a jolly chat, and perhaps end up at the Hippodrome.Howards End | E. M. Forster
The Wilcoxes were represented by Charles, who witnessed the marriage settlement, and by Mr. cahill.Howards End | E. M. Forster
"The best of evenin's to you, a cushla," said Mr cahill, as he bolted the shop-door after her.
Dr. Thaddeus cahill's Dynamophone, an extraordinary electrical invention for producing scientifically perfect music.Sketch of a New Esthetic of Music | Ferruccio Busoni
But I wouldn't never try that expression on Dan cahill, the elevator starter, without bein' well out of his earshots.Gullible's Travels, Etc. | Ring W. Lardner