Examples from the Web for paige
But as Triplett pointed out everyone in baseball knew Satchel Paige and Paige was one heck of a business man.
Paige finally made it to a Major League team on July 7, 1948 with Cleveland.
"All these years, I never worried about Paige and Henry being safe," Elizabeth says.
“By far, we were the first post-DOMA LGBT wedding on television,” Paige says.Surprise! ABC Family and Fox Are the Gayest Networks on TV|Caroline Linton|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The narrator is 19-year-old Paige Mahoney, a Dreamwalker and the mollisher to Jaxon Hall, the powerful mime-lord of sector I-4.‘The Bone Season’ Could Be the Next ‘Hunger Games,’ But Is It Any Good?|Leila Sales|August 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"Please take a chair, Mr. Edwards," said Paige, and in a swift glance rapidly estimated the man.
But Paige was never content short of absolute perfection—a machine that was not only partly human, but entirely so.
Finally a telegram came from Chicago saying that Paige had agreed to terms.
Pratt & Whitney built it; but it was Paige's machine, nevertheless—the child of his marvelous gift.
"In the rack over the mantel," repeated Paige, slowly, glancing at the jurors.
Word Origin and History for paige
fem. proper name, also a family name, variant of page (n.2) "young servant."