noun Scot. and North England.
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Contemporary Examples of sykes
It gave him, writes Sykes, “the ability to become his own craftsman.”
“For the better part of a year, Hockney hardly ever had the iPhone out of his hand,” Sykes avows.
For the study, Sykes appealed to cryptozoologists the world over to send him hair samples that might belong to a yeti.
Next step: Sykes will trek in the Himalayas to discover a live yeti.
Sykes approached the study believing that the Yeti legend may not be made up out of whole cloth.
Historical Examples of sykes
"No bones broken so far as I can see," said the voice of Professor Sykes.
Professor Sykes pointed to the towering latticework of steel.
He was working with trembling fingers at the phone where Sykes had pointed.
Sykes offered him two, and Bill with some indignation accepted five.Whispering Smith
Frank H. Spearman
It's just that Sykes was in front of us with his damned Regulars.The Long Roll