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Quayle

 (kwāl), James Danforth Born 1947.
Vice president of the United States (1989-1993) under George H.W. Bush.

Quayle

(kweɪl)
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(Biography) Sir (John) Anthony. 1913–89, British actor and theatrical producer: director (1948–56) of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
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LAST summer I happened to be crossing the plains of Iowa in a season of intense heat, and it was my good fortune to have for a traveling companion James Quayle Burden--Jim Burden, as we still call him in the West.
Elsewhere in the next episode, Quayle (Harry Lloyd) grapples with his wife's new identity.
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Dad-of-one Gary Quayle had been on a night out after watching Liverpool take on Arsenal and claimed he was so drunk he could barely remember touching the woman's backside.
PESHAWAR -- Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Asad Qaiser who is on official tour of Europe held a meeting with the honorable Chief Minister of Isle of Man (Ireland) Howard Quayle and discussed bilateral issues.
PESHAWAR -- The Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Asad Qaiser who is on an official visit to Europe on Tuesday called on Chief Minister of Isle of Man (Ireland) Howard Quayle and discussed bilateral issues, said a press release issued here.
When showrunner Ryan Murphy needed a composer to replace the exiting James Levine on "American Horror Story," producer Alexis Woodall thought of Mac Quayle, who had been an assistant composer on Murphy's HBO movie "The Normal Heart.
That is the advice from David Quayle, a director in the Durham office of H&H Land and Property.
The firm's bosses include former US Vice President Dan Quayle.
Should Linda Quayle ever feel the need to re-title her fine book, Southeast Asia and the English School of International Relations, it might just read, The English School: Southeast Asia Strikes (or, more appropriately, Talks Back