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  • proper noun A female given name derived from the gem beryl.

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Examples

  • The name Beryl Madison’s not exactly well known, even though her novels have been financially successful.

    Body of Evidence

  • The name Beryl Madison’s not exactly well known, even though her novels have been financially successful.

    Body of Evidence

  • ---- The story begins in Beryl, where The Company, cornered by the ever increasing demands of their contract which binds them to the role of taming the seething populace for its governor, is half forced and half glad to change allegiance.

    Glen Cook - Chronicles of The Black Company (Book Review)

  • ---- The story begins in Beryl, where The Company, cornered by the ever increasing demands of their contract which binds them to the role of taming the seething populace for its governor, is half forced and half glad to change allegiance.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Beryl is down here; I can hear her stomping around.

    Footsteps « A Fly in Amber

  • Shurtleff visited the Harker Farm in Beryl on Wednesday and on Thursday toured the twin towns of Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Ariz., where a majority of residents are members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

    Utah attorney general touring embattled polygamous sect’s community

  • It crosses generations: looking at names on paper at work, I automatically assume that anyone called Beryl belongs to my father’s era; that Chrisiecould beaged between twenty-five and forty; and that Melissa isaround my own age.

    2008 July 28 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • It crosses generations: looking at names on paper at work, I automatically assume that anyone called Beryl belongs to my father’s era; that Chrisiecould beaged between twenty-five and forty; and that Melissa isaround my own age.

    Strange Names, Strange Ways « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • It crosses generations: looking at names on paper at work, I automatically assume that anyone called Beryl belongs to my father’s era; that Chrisiecould beaged between twenty-five and forty; and that Melissa isaround my own age.

    2008 July « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • A lady called Beryl (beryllium) celebrates by cooking a boar (boron) over some coals (carbon).

    How story lines can aid memory

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