American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Chaney, Lon 1883-1930. American actor known for his performances as monsters in horror movies, particularly The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) and The Phantom of the Opera (1925). His son Lon Chaney, Jr. (1906-1973) also appeared in horror films.
“The utter hatred you Liberals continue to spew in regard to Bush/Chaney is amazing.”
“Of course it wont happen because Chaney is a yellow coward”
“Chaney is now a has been and the only time to remember him is when you think of the unnecessary Iraq war.”
“It's funny how Chaney is the most vocal, and he's the most guilty.”
“Dick Chaney is a reincarnation of Joseph MacCarthy.”
“It appears to me Chaney is in fear of prosecution and is attempting to divert attention away from his culpability.”
“Chaney is at the heart of what was "wrong" with Bush administration policies.”
“But Marvin Chaney says the biggest growth in his business lately has been in precious metals.”
“ALLEN: Marvin Chaney helped pioneer the self-storage industry in Florida.”
“Dick Chaney is one of the most evil men alive and is directly responsible for much of the travesty that was the "W" years.”
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