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Quarles

[kwawrlz, kwahrlz] /kwɔrlz, kwɑrlz/
noun
1.
Francis, 1592–1644, English poet.
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  • "Ah, I have been expecting you," said Quarles, crossing from the window to welcome me.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
  • The old man slanted a keen glance in Mr. Quarles' direction.

    From Place to Place Irvin S. Cobb
  • Because I had listened to Quarles in that empty room at Chelsea.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
  • I soon fell into the habit of going to see Professor Quarles.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
  • Quarles lifted up one of his hands and looked at the palm and at the nails.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
  • "Couldn't keep him waiting all night, as we may have to do," said Quarles.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
  • Quarles, raising himself up in the canoe, had fired and he was just taking his rifle from his shoulder.

    The Border Watch Joseph A. Altsheler
  • As soon as possible I went to Quarles and was shown into the empty room.

    Christopher Quarles Percy James Brebner
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Quarles

/kwɔːlz; kwɑːlz/
noun
1.
Francis. 1592–1644, English poet
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