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Mansell

/ˈmænsəl/
noun
1.
Nigel (Ernest James). born 1953, English motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion (1992)
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  • I have seen Mr. mansell, and have engaged myself to undertake his defence.

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  • Mr. mansell was not at the breakfast-table when Mr. Byrd came down.

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  • One evening, however, a huge crowd slowly congregated in mansell's study.

    The Loom of Youth Alec Waugh
  • Fifthly is the result of my poking about among Mr. mansell's traps.

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  • "Which probably means that it's most damnable nonsense," whispered mansell.

    The Loom of Youth Alec Waugh
  • Mr. mansell is the last man to wear a ring, I must acknowledge.

    Hand and Ring Anna Katharine Green
  • Mr. mansell, despite his self-command, began to look uneasy.

    Hand and Ring Anna Katharine Green
  • "Your men will always find me at my desk in the mill," said Mr. mansell, coldly.

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  • mansell fluctuated; one week he "bagged" the translation Clarke was using for scholarship work.

    The Loom of Youth Alec Waugh
  • To talk in such a way as to make us think mansell was guilty.

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