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Batley

/ˈbætlɪ/
noun
1.
a town in N England, in Kirklees unitary authority, West Yorkshire. Pop: 49 448 (2001)
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  • Next to him sat batley, looking thoughtful; and Crestwick sat opposite Lisle, eager and unhealthily flushed.

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  • He had batley with him and the Crestwicks, who were down before.

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  • Then batley wanted to sell that silly lad some worthless shares—and there were other people looking on?

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  • He strode out of the room, and batley smiled as he followed him.

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  • batley had left his place, and Crestwick began to stride up and down the beach, presumably to warm himself.

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  • batley moving forward into the moonlight, regarded him with a mocking smile.

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  • “I want you to tell batley that he must keep his hands off of Jim,” she said.

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  • Lisle took the list batley gave him and examined it by the glow of the fire.

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  • He was busy for some time, and in the meanwhile batley picked up the flask he had laid down and handed it to Gladwyne.

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  • Then Bella joined them and batley offered his good wishes in fitting terms.

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