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Bagley

[bag-lee] /ˈbæg li/
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1.
William Chandler, 1874–1946, U.S. educator and writer.
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  • Now that Mr. Bagley was no longer there to spy upon their actions these clandestine interviews had been comparatively easy.

    The Lion and The Mouse Charles Klein
  • "Well, I guess that's about all Dav does," said Bagley, in a jocular manner.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport Robert Neilson Stephens
  • When they stopped at Bagley, Vizard suspected where they were going.

    The Woman-Hater Charles Reade
  • "Neither have I," quoth Bagley, and filled his mouth with mutton and potato.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport Robert Neilson Stephens
  • "I seem to have been outmaneuvered," said Mrs. Bagley with a worried frown.

    The Fourth R George Oliver Smith
  • As for Bagley, his risk in producing a play by an unknown man was great.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport Robert Neilson Stephens
  • "I should think he'd be the very man for you," said Turl to Bagley.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport Robert Neilson Stephens
  • Larcher, looking around, saw that Bagley had followed close.

    The Mystery of Murray Davenport Robert Neilson Stephens
  • I am quite sure that your order had no effect, and was intended to have no effect on Mr Bagley's vote.

    Doctor Thorne Anthony Trollope
  • The guard who shot Bagley was spirited away and never brought to justice.

    Homestead Arthur G. Burgoyne

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