Caulfield

noun

Patrick (Joseph). 1936–2005, British painter and printmaker

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  • She looked up and saw Mr. Lyne and Mr. Caulfield standing before her, the latter gazing at her with somewhat of a displeased air.

  • At length General Caulfield, having arranged the affairs of his brother who had died, returned to Luton.

    Clara Maynard

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • Captain Caulfield had with him my cousin Butshead Gorges, and eight more.

    The Discovery of Guiana

    Sir Walter Raleigh

  • Two years ago the site of Caulfield Hospital was a wilderness of weeds and sand.

  • The gallant Caulfield Cup winner responded gamely and was soon at the Derby winner's quarters.