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Dalglish

/dælˈɡliːʃ; dəl-/
noun
1.
Kenny, born 1951, Scottish footballer: a striker, he played for Celtic (1968–77) and for Liverpool (1977–89): manager of Liverpool (1985–91; 2011–12), of Blackburn Rovers (1991–95), Newcastle United (1997–98), and Celtic (2000): Scotland's most-capped footballer (102 appearances, 1971–86)
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  • Mr. dalglish delivered a thoroughly characteristic speech, of which we are in a position to give the salient points.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • Of Mr. dalglish's political connection with the city there is not much to be said.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • Thus giving a majority of 2276 for Mr. Graham, and a majority of 878 for Mr. dalglish.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • And of no man in the House of Commons is this more true than of Mr. dalglish.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • Mr. dalglish is considered to have as good a technical knowledge of the House of Commons' business as any private member in it.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • To one and all of these questions the friends and admirers of Mr. dalglish would almost be compelled to return a negative answer.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • In personal appearance, Mr. dalglish is about the ordinary height.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • Mr. dalglish is always in his place, and he is ever eager to promote the interests of his constituents.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans
  • At every subsequent election Mr. dalglish has been returned with acclamation.

    Western Worthies J. Stephen Jeans

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