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Caryl

[ kar-uhl ]

noun

  1. a male or female given name.


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A breathtaking new play from Caryl Churchill explores love through 57 different short scenes with 100 characters.

Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers reveal the sober truth behind the numbers.

Gender-studies experts Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett on how to reverse the damage.

Caryl, who was a moderate independent, was the author of the well-known “Commentary on Job.”

Caryl sat on Vera's left, and amazed her by his utter unconcern regarding the absentee.

She listened with her head on one side, her eyes brimful of mischief, and finally with an airy gesture turned to Caryl.

"She would never do that surely," said Phil, with an involuntary glance at Vivian Caryl who had just entered.

Eventually Doris found herself seated at a square table with Caryl and two others in the middle of the great room.

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