Otway


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Otway

(ˈɒtweɪ)
n
(Biography) Thomas. 1652–85, English dramatist, noted for The Orphan (1680) and Venice Preserv'd (1682)
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George Otway; she will love to tell you all about it herself tomorrow: her first partner was Mr.
"Come Miss Woodhouse, Miss Otway, Miss Fairfax, what are you all doing?
Paul and Amsterdam and Cape Otway on the Australian coast.
They centered round a village called Lampsher, not three miles, he understood, from Lincoln; was there a big house in Lampsher, he asked, inhabited by a gentleman of the name of Otway?
The traveler knew nothing, but rolled the name of Otway on his tongue, reflectively, and the sound of it gratified Ralph amazingly.
She answered exactly to that picture drawn by Otway in his Orphan.
In tragedy the overdrawn but powerful plays of Thomas Otway, a man of short and pathetic life, and of Nathaniel Lee, are alone of any importance.
He was found on a track early yesterday by police after he was reported missing by his girlfriend when he failed to return from a hike through Otway Ranges national park in Victoria.
In December 2005, the Great Otway National Park in south west Victoria was opened.
OFFBEAT singer John Otway is bringing his own special brand of show to Holmfirth tonight.
JOHN OTWAY (right), whose 2006 world tour includes shows in New York's Central Park, Las Vegas, Tahiti, Shanghai, Dubai and the Sydney Opera House, has a Friday, September 8 date at ...
Incredibly Lee Otway managed to overtake Paul Danan in the deluded nutcase stakes too.