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  • Deepest Sympathies. on October 14, 2008 at 11: 13 am | Reply The Gaoler

    Tribute to PC Sarah Underhill, Thames Valley Police. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The Captains present Posthumus Leonatus to Cymbeline, who delivers him over to a Gaoler: then exeunt omnes

    Cymbeline

  • In the meanwhile, the Gaoler was thrown into the utmost surprize by the disappearance of his Prisoner.

    The Monk

  • He rose, and followed his Gaoler with painful steps.

    The Monk

  • At nine in the morning his prison door was unlocked, and his Gaoler entering, commanded him to follow him.

    The Monk

  • They never broadcast it but Geri the Gaoler kept the tape for possible future use.

    Dead Famous

  • After Geri the Gaoler, Fogarty was the most senior figure in the Peeping Tom hierarchy.

    Dead Famous

  • Woggle had suggested to Geraldine the Gaoler that perhaps he should take a shower before joining the team, but Geraldine, ever watchful for the elements that could be said to make up 'good telly', assured him that he was fine as he was.

    Dead Famous

  • 'We're not BBC TV,' Geraldine, known to the press as Geraldine the Gaoler, was quoted as saying.

    Dead Famous

  • Mr. Oxenton, the Gaoler, _who keeps an Inn opposite to the Prison_, went into the Gaol about four a Clock in the Morning, as was his

    Notes and Queries, Number 05, December 1, 1849

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