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  • proper n. A surname.

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Examples

  • Indeed my novels are proudly adorned with this quote from the Washington Post: “Gough is like Roddy Doyle in an extremely good mood.”

    Irish author takes swipes at… Irish authors

  • E1 Entertainment Senior Product Manager Martin Gough added, Whilst Twilight was all about the vampires, New Moon develops a new love interest for Bella and in doing so introduces a range of characters that are all werewolves.

    Twilight Lexicon » Real Wolves Watch New Moon Wolves

  • Pietersen averages more than 50 against Australia, and Gough is adamant that he could again prove to be England's trump card once the Ashes series begins in Brisbane on 25 November.

    Darren Gough slams reliance on Australian coaches after Pietersen slur

  • "Until you have seen it firsthand you won't appreciate it," Glynn County's GOP leader Kevin Gough had warned me.

    April 2006

  • Saturday in Gough Park in Silver City, where the wall will be available for public view 24 hours a day.

    Hamilton, John S.

  • A contrary view is taken in Gough and Innes 'The Sikhs, etc., p. 107.

    The Autobiography of Liuetenant-General Sir Harry Smith, Baronet of Aliwal on the Sutlej, G. C. B.

  • Only by stripping even literature itself of its dignity, of its pretensions to "signify," can fiction keep faith with what I agree with Gough is its real mission: "The task of the novelist is ... not to fake a coherence that does not exist, but to capture the chaos that does.

    Comedy in Literature

  • Research has shown that tribes of hunter-gatherers moved into Britain from Spain and France with extraordinary rapidity when global warming brought an end to the ice age 14,700 years ago and settled in a cavern – known as Gough's Cave – in the Cheddar Gorge in what is now Somerset.

    Bones from a Cheddar Gorge cave show that cannibalism helped Britain's earliest settlers survive the ice age

  • Stormy weather continued over a proposal to appropriate funds to the San Francisco School District in order to save the Civic Center ghetto grammar school, John Swett Alternative, on McAllister Street between Franklin and Gough, which is pictured above.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Brigades under the command of Major-General Gough, which is now located in rear of the left of the line held by the British Forces, will hold itself in readiness to proceed to whatever point on the railway

    1914

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