- Sir Charles Gav·an [gav-uh n] /ˈgæv ən/, 1816–1903, Irish and Australian politician.
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Contemporary Examples of duffy
“They had to go up because there was so much Republican money in some of these states,” says Duffy.How Harry Reid Carpet-Bombed the South
May 18, 2014
Mr. Duffy, it happened, was Big Bill Duffy, a jolly henchman of Owney Madden, the racketeer.Portrait of the Consummate Con Man
May 17, 2014
Only Duffy, the sole Republican in the bunch, made it to Capitol Hill.Can B-List Hollywood Stars Shine in Washington?
February 6, 2014
In Philadelphia, Duffy misses his session with the kids because he spent the night with “a local girl.”
Watching Duffy on The Real World is welcome reminder that politicians are people, too.
Historical Examples of duffy
But Duffy's horse range bein' nearest, we decided to tackle it first.Prairie Flowers
James B. Hendryx
Now, of all severe men on the West End, Duffy is most biting.The Daughter of a Magnate
Frank H. Spearman
A ball of paper was levelled at Duffy's head for this remark.That Scholarship Boy
I ordered a carriage, put the nurse and child in and drove to Father Duffy's.Hubert's Wife
Minnie Mary Lee
He told Duffy not to be afraid, but strike right out and hit for keeps.Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa
George W. Peck
- Carol Ann. born 1955, British poet and writer; poet laureate from 2009, her collections include Standing Female Nude (1985), The World's Wife (1999), and Rapture (2005)