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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How to use Udall in a sentence
According to a 2017 report coauthored by Udall, we can attribute at least half of the decline in water supply to greenhouse-gas-related warming.The Drought in the West Is Bad and It’s Gonna Get Worse | Heather Hansman | June 16, 2021 | Outside Online
Eventually, Udall joined forces with the ski company and an oil and gas entrepreneur named Tom Vessels on the project.A ski company built a power plant fueled by methane. It’s a success, but can it be replicated? | Annie Gowen | May 28, 2021 | Washington Post
Luján ran in 2008 to succeed him in New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District when Udall ran for Senate.Meet the next class of senators: A former football coach, an ex-governor and a onetime congresswoman | Paulina Firozi | November 4, 2020 | Washington Post
On election day, Mark Udall did win female voters by an eight-point margin.
Udall had stressed the line of attack so frequently that he was dubbed “Mark Uterus,” and it clearly backfired.
In defeating Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner dealt a serious blow to the “war on women” narrative.
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.
But it is more likely that Master Udall swished without favour all round.
Nicholas Udall pronounces judicially in favor of both methods of enriching the language.
It will be noted, however, that Udall's advocacy of freedom is an individual reaction, not the repetition of a formula.
In his own share of the translation Udall inclines rather to the free than to the literal method.
They laid hands on John Udall, put him in a prison at Southwark, and sentenced him to death.Great Ralegh | Hugh De Selincourt
British Dictionary definitions for Udall
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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