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Gordy

[gawr-dee] /ˈgɔr di/
noun
1.
Berry, Jr, born 1929, U.S. music and record producer: founder of Motown records.
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  • She had to wait a little, for Gordy and his bailiff were down there by the tennis lawn, but they soon moved on.

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  • The trout that poor old Gordy had so harried were left undisturbed.

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  • It would hurt the old man—Gordy was over seventy now—but that could not be helped.

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  • For quite a week the whole world had been Mr. McCrae—a most ordinary friend of Gordy's.

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  • They had not been down to the old place for many years; indeed, since Gordy's death it was generally let.

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  • Why Gordy no one quite knew now—whether because his name was George, or by way of corruption from Guardian.

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  • Again it was puzzling that she should be laughing so serenely at Gordy's stories.

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