- James DanforthDan, born 1947, vice president of the U.S. 1989–93.
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Examples from the Web for quayle
“I served with Jack Kennedy,” he shot back, looking straight at Quayle.How Mitt Romney Can Win the First Debate With Obama
September 25, 2012
Quayle desperately needs the votes of these like-minded constituents.
But a Quayle aide told me their internal polling indicates the race is “very, very close.”
In one corner: the patrician, privileged, well-mannered 35-year-old Quayle.
Fairly or not, Quayle morphed into a parody that haunted Bush (and Quayle) for four years.Mitt Romney’s Bold Gamble on Paul Ryan
August 11, 2012
Glory Quayle was an orphan, and her grandfather was a poor country clergyman.
And Glory Quayle was dressing and undressing them and preparing them for the stage!
An able-bodied woman like Glory Quayle doesn't starve in a place like London.
The play was the latest work of the Scandinavian dramatist, the actress was Glory Quayle.
I came to ask if you could tell me anything of Nurse Quayle?
- Sir (John) Anthony . 1913–89, British actor and theatrical producer: director (1948–56) of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
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