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Daley

[dey-lee]
noun
  1. Richard J(oseph),1902–76, U.S. politician: mayor of Chicago 1955–76.
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  • "The stuff's too hard," he said in answer to Mr. Daley's inquiries.

    Left End Edwards

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • "It's the quantity, then, you find—ah—difficult," said Mr. Daley.

    Left End Edwards

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • Mr. Daley leaned back in his chair and gazed for a minute at the table.

    Left End Edwards

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • If he didn't find time for the composition—well, Mr. Daley was easy!

    Left End Edwards

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • Perhaps you think I owe you something for trying to shield me from Mr. Daley.

    Left End Edwards

    Ralph Henry Barbour