[yoo-dawl or for 1, yood-l]
- Also called Uvedale. Nicholas,1505–56, English translator and playwright, especially of comedy.
- Stewart Lee,1920–2010, U.S. politician: Secretary of the Interior 1961–69.
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Udall had stressed the line of attack so frequently that he was dubbed “Mark Uterus,” and it clearly backfired.For Conservatives, Liberal Tears Taste Sweet
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Udall shifted his emphasis to the economy in the last weeks of the campaign, but it was too late.
A flood of negative ads on both sides damaged both men, but hurt Udall more, simply because he was the incumbent.
He added that Udall, a middle-of-the-roader who works well with Republicans in the Senate, “was captured by consultants.”With Ernst and Gardner, Republicans Think They’ve Found the Formula
November 4, 2014
At the moment, while the latest polls show Gardner with the overall lead, women voters in Colorado favor Udall.Women Voters Haunted by the GOP's Tricks
October 31, 2014
Translation, according to Udall, should not conform to iron rules.Early Theories of Translation
Flora Ross Amos
Udall publishes a translation of the 3rd and 4th books of Erasmus Apophthegms.
Udall and Ascham, two noted Protestants, are both favoured by Mary.
Udall uses the word in this sense in his letter to the Cornish men.
But it is more likely that Master Udall swished without favour all round.
Uvedale (ˈjuːdəl, ˈjuːvˌdeɪl)
- Nicholas. ?1505–56, English dramatist, whose comedy Ralph Roister Doister (?1553), modelled on Terence and Plautus, is the earliest known English comedy
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