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grayle

(ɡreɪl)
n
(European Myth & Legend) an archaic variant spelling of Grail
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In Murder, My Sweet, former "dancer" Velma Valento hides her seamy past by becoming wealthy matron Helen Grayle, murdering several people to protect her secret.
Stanhope's worship of Raleigh in Journey's End; Conrad's of Grayle, and Tetford's of Rickman in The Prisoners of War); the depiction of a continuum from homosociality to homoeroticism (e.
Other examples of enticing and threatening women are "little Velma" who converted herself into Helen Grayle in Farewell, My Lovely and the platinum blond Linda Loring in The Long Goodbye.
with his yron flayle Gan driue at him, with so huge might and maine, That all his bones, as small as sandy grayle He broke, and did his bowels disentrayle (4.
Lady Grayle, a tame great gray owl who helped educate thousands of children and adults across the prairies about the need for conservation passed away in early October of 2005.
She is transformed into the dutiful daughter of Lewin Lockridge Grayle and is jealous of the attention his new wife (in reality, Velma Valento) is getting.
Grayle drones on about his jade-collecting hobby, for instance, Marlowe gazes at Helen, who is sitting to one side, obscured by a wing-backed chair.
But that doesn't halt his investigation, or stop him from taking a job from wealthy socialite Helen Grayle (Claire Trevor), who hires him to recover a valuable jade necklace that has been stolen.
Mrs Jones and husband Grayle had found Laura barely alive in a room she shared with brother Ross, 22, by the Kinabatangan River.
The teenager, together with her parents Grayle and Theresa, and her older brother Ross, had booked a three-day wildlife expedition with a Malaysian tour company, the inquest at Winchester, Hampshire was told.
15) When Byrchensa describes the Irish rebels as snakes, he comments: 'There did these snakes roule round their tales, a while, / Yet at the last were forced to cast their skinnes', possibly alluding to the destruction of Malengin which occurs when he transforms himself into a snake and Talus 'all his bones, as small as sandy grayle, / He broke, and did his bowels disentrayle' (Faerie Queene, V.