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Daley

[dey-lee] /ˈdeɪ li/
noun
1.
Richard J(oseph) 1902–76, U.S. politician: mayor of Chicago 1955–76.
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  • As Miller entered the closet and closed the door, Sargent turned the key and admitted Daley greatly excited.

  • “I have not a stiver,” said Daley, feeling first in one pocket, then in the other.

    Paddy Finn W. H. G. Kingston
  • A fellow wants to do something beside stick in his room and grind, Mr. Daley.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • "It's the quantity, then, you find—ah—difficult," said Mr. Daley.

    Left End Edwards Ralph Henry Barbour
  • He called Daley, one of the criminal assistants, and ordered him to show the prisoner his room.

    Manuel Pereira F. C. Adams

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