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Daly

[ dey-lee ]

noun

  1. (John) Au·gus·tin [aw-, guhs, -tin], 1838–99, U.S. playwright, critic, and theatrical manager.


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Just behind Daly at the halfway point was VeeKay, with Pato O’Ward third.

Daly and others like her worry the modified mosquitoes could cause unforeseen health or ecological repercussions.

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“The first flying insect or animal that can actually use our human blood for a friggin trial for a product to come to market without my consent,” Daly says.

Daly at forward and goalkeeper Jane Campbell now serve as co-captains.

Groom and Daly have two goals each, and Mewis has added one.

Will you work with Jenny Slate, John Daly, John Mulaney, etc. moving forward?

Michael Daly is a veteran of the New York Daily News and has lived in Brooklyn all his adult life.

Michael Daly talks about the Irish gangsters who once ruled the area of Hell's Kitchen, located on Manhattan's west side.

Political operative Michael Gomez Daly worked on two congressional campaigns in 2012 with similar budgets.

“That is a great idea,” fellow roundtable contributor Carson Daly stated.

Why, Dan Daly and half a dozen of our fellows would lick the whole crowd.

On the other hand, at the four camps of Morrison & Daly were three hundred men each with four months' pay coming to him.

He could do nothing without the report; and it was too far out to send for another scaler, even if Daly would have given him one.

Daly took one look at the mass of logs, and the fifteen men pulling out an average of one a minute.

When Daly had quite finished his remarks, Jimmy got up and went out without a word.

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