becall

becall

(bɪˈkɔːl)
vb (tr)
to use insulting words about someoneto summon, callto call upon or challenge (to a fight)to accuse someone of an offense
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Andrew Stratton started work in 1961 as a reporter with North West News and Sport Agency, later taking over the business from Jim Becall.
The suspects were played by an all-star cast including Lauren Becall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery and Vanessa Redgrave.
It represents an ideal opportunity for shoe lovers to glimpse footwear worn by Lauren Becall, one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World, Ginger Rogers, Hollywood's highest paid star of 1942 and Imelda Marcos, world-renowned for her extensive shoe collection, in addition to other fascinating shoe pieces.
Shoe lovers visiting the mall will have the unique opportunity to glimpse footwear worn by Lauren Becall, once voted amongst the '50 Most Beautiful People in the World', Ginger Rogers, Hollywood's highest paid star of 1942 and Imelda Marcos, renowned for her extensive shoe collection, in addition to other fascinating show pieces.
The collection will include shoes that decorated the feet of Lauren Becall, one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World, Virginia Katherine McMath, Hollywood's highest paid star of 1942 and Imelda Marcos, world-renowned for her extensive shoe collection, in addition to other fascinating show pieces.
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Ian Becall, community beat constable for St Mellons, said nine people had been stopped and warned during the clampdown.
Jane Fonda commented that "chauvinism of any kind does not help solve society's problem of sexism," and Lauren Becall stated that "the kind of man who would do that bores me.
Nora Ephron, Betty Comden and Lauren Becall are among the regulars who counter the notion that Elaine was hostile to female customers, though Ephron notes that "Elaine treated writers' wives as if they were temps, and most of them were.
In 1876 a Mrs Francis produced a paper on the Warwickshire dialect in which she recorded such terms as anointed, meaning wicked; arter, for after; becall, to speak against someone; kaszhulty (casualty) meaning feeble and shaky.
Tonight (8pm) Quarter-finals: 64kg Tom Wilson (Rotunda) v Justin Becall (Wallasey) Semi-finals: 56kg Richard Starkey (Salisbury) v Louis Jacobs (Knowsley Vale); 69kg Nathan Bennett (Kirkdale) v Joe Wood (Rydal); 75kg Steven Bloxham (Gemini) v James Seddon (Transport) Friday: Semi-finals 64kg Steven Brogan (Knowsley Vale) v Mason Cartwright (Wirral Community) and 64kg Ryan Mulcahy (Knowsley Vale) v Winner of quarter-final Regional Finals 56kg Marcel Braithwaite (Golden Gloves) v Winner of Semi-Final; 60kg Gerrard Carroll (Salisbury) v Courtney Chadwick (Phoenix Fire); 69kg Tom Farrell (Knowsley Vale) v Winner of Semi-Final; 75kg David Still (Towerhill) v Winner of Semi-Final