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Sentence count:37Posted:2020-02-07Updated:2020-02-07
Similar words: laugh atmaughamlaugh awaylaughablylaughablerough-and-readyrough and readyrough-and-tumbleMeaning: n. United States jazz singer noted for her complex bebop phrasing and scat singing (1924-1990). 
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1 Vaughan is confined to a wheelchair .
2 Bill Vaughan, returned the favor last year after the Baptist church fell victim to arson.
3 Harry H.. Vaughan, who hated the guts of both Forrestal and Lovett.
4 Vaughan accompanied Elizabeth Mowbray and her daughter to London and, on arrival, smoothed their path ably and tactfully.
5 To an extent the friendship between Minton and Vaughan must have rested on shared interests.
6 In all, between 1544 and 1546 Vaughan borrowed £272,000 in Antwerp, of which 100,000 was still outstanding when Henry died.
7 A late pencil drawing by Vaughan, 1967, depicts naked male figures, crouching and climbing.
8 For further information, we are indebted to Vaughan Purvis who was not supposed to be in this festival at all.
9 Andy Vaughan starred for Wilmslow reaching an unbeaten 59 off only 42 deliveries.
10 Vaughan eventually found Tyndale in Antwerp and had several talks with him in a meadow outside the city walls.
11 Vaughan occupied a smaller studio-bedroom, which also had french windows, on the lower ground floor.
12 She sighed, feeling resentful towards Penry Vaughan for making her come up here.
13 Ring Chris Vaughan on and find out how our investment could pay dividends for you.
14 On the catering side, Wendy Vaughan is completely self-taught.
15 Asa Vaughan closed the file and looked up.
16 Moreover the long-term view demands that Vaughan should be battle-hardened soon.
17 Meanwhile Vaughan, caught sweeping, failed to score.
18 Here is Sarah Vaughan, misinterpreting Mr. Wein's offer to manage her as a romantic come-on.
19 Hamilton, or Vaughan, set his foot upon it and crushed the false picture to bits.
20 Vaughan: Why not? She seems a very sympathetic person.
21 His playing of Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending evoked such emotion the audience was spellbound.
22 By contrast, Vaughan Williams's lark is an ethereal solo violin effortlessly floating on up drafts of sound.
23 Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) was deeply influenced by English folk music, as is shown by his variations on the old tune "Green-sleeves" (which most people consider a folk song).
24 The decision to go ahead was made, by the book, Vaughan says.
25 Ah, but who, she asked herself with sudden foreboding, is going to cure you of Penry Meredith Vaughan?
26 Her desperate,[www.Sentencedict.com] unreasoning terror had left her the moment Penry Vaughan hurtled through the door.
27 Adler gave the instrument dignity, inspiring composers such as Vaughan Williams and Joaquin Rodrigo to write for the humble mouth organ.
28 Haynes recorded with Charlie Parker and toured with Sarah Vaughan in the 1950s.
29 She'd have to be patient until lunchtime, then soften up Penry Vaughan with a snack before she made her request.
30 It was Minton who secured the lease on the house and informed Vaughan of his share.
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