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Examples

  • No melody, but it scans well to "Stingo" a 17th century English dance tune.

    The Two Puritans

  • Stingo, a naïve aspiring writer from the South (Peter MacNicol), becomes their neighbor and falls under the spell of this magnetic pair.

    John Farr: Celebrating Streep At Sixty

  • The Sophie of Styron's novel is seen largely through the scrim of the narrator, Stingo, and his overheated libido.

    You Oughtta Be in Pictures

  • The Sophie of Styron's novel is seen largely through the scrim of the narrator, Stingo, and his overheated libido.

    You Oughtta Be in Pictures

  • A better comparison is Stingo to her Sophie and if you haven't read "Sophie's Choice" then stop reading this review and go do so now.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • As we spun around the room I noticed Richard had moved off to talk to two pretty women while Mommy danced with someone who called himself Stingo.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • As we spun around the room I noticed Richard had moved off to talk to two pretty women while Mommy danced with someone who called himself Stingo.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • "Why do you think they chose you, Sergeant Stingo?"

    Stallion Gate

  • "Then you, Sergeant Stingo, do admit to ambivalence."

    Stallion Gate

  • Ray Stingo and then Oppy came running to Joe, shouting at the same time.

    Stallion Gate

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