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  • proper n. A male given name, a re-spelling of Gerald.

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Examples

  • This residue marks the mind like a memory, but it is a changeling, or in Jerrold Hogle's language, a transposition, not a memory at all.

    _Alastor_, Apostasy, and the Ecology of Criticism

  • Jerrold, though she never goes anywheres -- that's Grey's aunt, "and now she nodded to Bessie, who at the mention of the name Jerrold, evinced a little interest in what the lady was saying.

    Bessie's Fortune A Novel

  • Note 46: There are exceptions, such as Jerrold Casway's "Irish Women Overseas, 1500-1800," in Women in Early Modern Ireland, ed.

    Gutenber-e Help Page

  • She was going to add "Jerrold" to the Bessie, but refrained from doing so, thinking to herself that she would not be the first to flaunt her new name in Neil's face.

    Bessie's Fortune A Novel

  • I love how Morning Brew has turned into 'Jerrold's Gripes'.

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  • The Walpolean Gothic tradition, as read by critics such as Jerrold Hogle, may be taken as a decisive early manifestation of Western culture’s processing of itself as technoculture, as an era of mechanical replication: it is the Gothic’s "ungrounded fakery," Hogle writes, "its re-presentation of antiquated symbols largely emptied of their older meanings, that opens up a peculiar cultural space in which the horrors generated by early modern cultural changes.

    _Frankenstein_'s Cinematic Dream

  • 'Jerrold's Magazine,' for which I do not care a straw. "

    The History of "Punch"

  • Staff and produced at Covent Garden in aid of the family of Leigh Hunt, ends with the words, "_Every_ resorter to the stalls and boxes will be expected to purchase a copy of either 'Dombey,' _Punch_, or 'Jerrold's

    The History of "Punch"

  • "Jerrold," said he, with softened manner, "a strange thing is brought to light this morning, and I lose no time in telling you.

    From the Ranks

  • (This version CORRECTS spelling of Rep. Nadler's first name to 'Jerrold' sted

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