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Danby

/ ˈdænbɪ /

noun

  1. Also1st Duke of Leeds Danby, 1st Earl of16311712MEnglishPOLITICS: politicianPOLITICS: statesman 1st Earl of , title of Thomas Osborne . 1631–1712, English politician; Lord Treasurer (1673–78): regarded as the founder of the Tory party
  2. DanbyFrancis17931861MIrishARTS AND CRAFTS: painterARTS AND CRAFTS: painter Francis . 1793–1861, Irish painter of romantic landscapes and historical subjects


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Having come upon them while in the act, Danby Force had added a few luxuries to the stock.

In her eagerness to catch every word, Jeanne moved close up beside Danby Force.

After casting the gleam of a flashlight upon the bunk Danby Force had indicated, she seized the blankets and threw them back.

During the time Danby Force was having his fortune told she was thinking at intervals of him.

Then, as if all the gnarled trees had been shaking fists at her, she sprang back to her place close to Danby Force.

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