This Regular version sometimes sounds like the near sequiturs of gertrude Stein or her clever admirer Donald Barthelme.
It took two unlikely people to revive it half century later: gertrude Stein and the literary critic Edmund Wilson.
[Director] Naomi Foner is the one that told me that gertrude Stein quote.
His wife, gertrude, pronounced Florida a “vampire” that sucked away their wealth and vigor.
I have switched sides on the Small Faces and Scorsese and Max Ernst and gertrude Stein.
One day when Mr Sherwood came, he brought gertrude with him.
gertrude had just made her entrance from the dining-room, bearing a tray.
gertrude was the one woman—Eleanor had 135 not yet attained the inches for that classification—to whom he ever talked business.
"Say he name Law," gertrude replied, looking at the ceiling to express her fatigue.
Extreme surprise, for a moment, kept gertrude sitting still; then she rose, without even keeping her finger in her book.
fem. proper name, from French, from Old High German Geretrudis, from ger "spear" + trut "beloved, dear."