Sir George, original name George Edward Wade, known as the prime minister of mirth . 1869–1954, British music-hall comedian, who also appeared in films
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How to use Robey in a sentence
Los Angeles-based mixologist Jason Robey crafts an out-of-this-world libation to enjoy with this weekend's sci-flick 'Super 8'.
The question was soon settled, for Clint had no more than reached the bench when Mr. Robey's eyes fell on him.
Clint, trotting down the field to the new line-up, turned to find Coach Robey beside him.
Even from the side line, where Coach Robey and a dozen or more substitutes looked on intently, that play was puzzling.
Mr. Robey was now assisted by Mr. Detweiler and, at least five afternoons a week, some other old player.
Freer brought instructions from Coach Robey, perhaps, for there was a lot of whispering when he reached the scene.