Beverley


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Beverley

(ˈbɛvəlɪ)
n
(Placename) a market town in NE England, the administrative centre of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Pop: 29 110 (2001)
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She was so used to hearing Sellers lash the Philistine and hold forth on unappreciated merit that she could hardly believe the miracle when, in answer to a sympathetic bromide on the popular lack of taste in Art, Beverley replied that, as far as he was concerned, the public showed strong good sense.
But those songs you've been playing,' said Beverley, 'they've been published?
Give me their names,' said Beverley, 'and I'll go round tomorrow and shoot the whole lot.
Well,' said Beverley, rising, 'you know where I am if I'm wanted.
In the studio with Beverley she found Reginald Sellers, standing in a critical attitude before the easel.
My dear Beverley,' said Sellers, rather stiffly, 'I am merely endeavouring to give you my idea of the picture's defects.
At any rate,' said Beverley, with a grin, 'you both seem to recognize that it is a cat.
For the first time Beverley seemed somewhat confused.
Beverley could almost hear the voice of the referee uttering the count.
The fragments of the wretched man,' whispered Beverley.
FELICITY, FAILING TO SEE THE STORY GIRL AND BEVERLEY EXCHANGING WINKS BEHIND HER BACK:--"It certainly is, though SOME PEOPLE were so opposed to starting it.
Baron Beverley, Earl of Carston'--dear me, what a list