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Manley

/ˈmænlɪ/
noun
1.
Michael Norman. 1924–97, Jamaican statesman; prime minister of Jamaica (1972–80; 1989–92)
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  • He—he swore, when he must have known I could hear him; and he was swearing about me, manley.

    Lonesome Land B. M. Bower
  • The latter introduced himself as Lieutenant manley Broadstreet.

    In the Rocky Mountains W. H. G. Kingston
  • Also, if manley meant to wean them, she would have to see that they were fed and watered, she supposed.

    Lonesome Land B. M. Bower
  • We at last approached the spot where manley had left Clarice and her companion.

    In the Rocky Mountains W. H. G. Kingston
  • She was worried about manley, and she wished that cowboy would come out of the saloon and bring her lover to her.

    Lonesome Land B. M. Bower
  • This made it necessary for Uncle Jeff and manley to change their plans.

    In the Rocky Mountains W. H. G. Kingston
  • He was cursing as well as he could—was manley, and he began kicking like an unruly child shut into a closet.

    Lonesome Land B. M. Bower

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