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Beardsley

[beerdz-lee] /ˈbɪərdz li/
noun
1.
Aubrey Vincent, 1872–98, English illustrator.
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  • Beardsley stepped onto the corridor slidewalk, coasted to the escalator and rode it down.

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  • Truth to Beardsley was pleasant and his face was radiant when he left us.

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  • While Gramps mouthed the thermometer, Dr. Beardsley applied a stethoscope to his chest, then to his back.

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  • Beardsley was fond of talk, always had something to say, was always eager to say it.

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  • First of the races was that with the first eight of Beardsley; and the crew of Ardmore won.

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  • The races with Hampton and Beardsley will be on our own lake.

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  • Beardsley cocked his head and listened, his mien almost beatific.

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Beardsley

/ˈbɪədzlɪ/
noun
1.
Aubrey (Vincent). 1872–98, English illustrator: noted for his stylized black-and-white illustrations, esp those for Oscar Wilde's Salome and Pope's Rape of the Lock
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