guyler

guyler

(ˈɡaɪlə)
n
a person who tricks or hoodwinks
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Glasgow Mental Health Association PS20 In loving memory of my husband Charlie Guyler on his birthday May 28.
uded cious tt Ri h d The cast also included Derek Guyler as officious school caretaker Potter, Richard Davies as Welsh-born teacher Price and Noel Howlett and Joan Sanderson as the headmaster and the assistant head of the school.
O'Connor (George Merritt) negotiating for support with Prime Minister Campbell-Bannerman and debating in Parliament with an anonymous MP (Deryck Guyler) who uses arguments very like those deployed by Crean.
ANSWERS Scouse Comedians: 1) Robb Wilton, 2) Arthur Askey, 3) Tommy Handley, 4) Ted Ray, 5) Norman Vaughan, 6) Deryck Guyler, 7) Derek Nimmo, 8) Kenny Everett.
Guyler Turner, the group's president, gives us a glimpse inside the organization's work and why it is important.
(Reporting by Joseph Guyler Delva; Editing by Peter Cooney)
Dancer Lionel Blair pops up as a choreographer and comedy stalwart Deryck Guyler is an officious cop.
(8) Joseph Guyler Delva, "Haiti Constitutional Amendments
A writer for Hancock and Howerd who worked with Spike Milligan on The Goon Show, it's for his sit-coms that he's best remembered, with on-screen sister Hattie Jacques and Deryck Guyler as the local bobbie.
Isabelle Guyler was found hanged at her family home.