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  • That way, many of the general tendencies of article use (as in Halliday’s Law) might actually be reinforced rather than complicated.

    A is for Articles (2) « An A-Z of ELT

  • The first Earl Tollemache pronounced Tollymarsh and a fake but grandiose name for a family originally called Halliday was responsible for the beautiful landscaping of the site, with conifers, miniature copses and a circular woodland walk with takes in the 350ft sandstone cliff faces, woodpeckers, buzzards and some excellent caves.

    Britain's best views: Cheshire

  • Those who died were buried on a little plot of ground, called Halliday's Island (from the name of the first man buried there), and a plank stuck into the earth, and carved with the initials of the deceased, was the only monument vouchsafed him.

    For the term of his natural life

  • So, for the Shayne series, he reverted to his first love, Halliday, and for a given name - to make it Brett Halliday - he took the Christian name of the very publisher who had originally thought the name Halliday not sufficiently glamorous for either a character or an author!

    In The Queens' Parlour

  • She liked the friendly schoolfellows with their loud talk and boisterous manners, the girls who called her "Halliday," and who were always borrowing her reels of crochet-cotton and her pencils, her collars and pocket-handkerchiefs.

    Birds of Prey

  • "Halliday," said George, hurriedly, "I'm much obliged to you for asking me, but I have made a rule, as I tell you, never to go out, and I've told you the reason."

    The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch

  • This stuff is treated in modern physics textbooks, such as Halliday and Resnick.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • "Halliday," cried the corporal, "hast got never a gag about thee, man?

    Old Mortality, Complete

  • The most succinct explanation, for me, comes from M.A.K. Halliday:

    January « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT

  • So since many probably read that, I wanted to mention one I read before that and it was a Fantasy Romance by M.C. Halliday called THE KING'S DAUGHTER.

    Inaugral Friday Book Club

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