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- proper noun A
- proper noun A male
given nametransferred from the surname in the 19th century.
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This term Darrell and Salty made their way to the second-form room.
Likewise, in Darrell Schweitzer's We Are All Legends, God is a bloodthirsty madman, and Sir Julian is merely a helpless babe stumbling about a cosmic battlefield between the forces of an admittedly evil evil (Hell) and a hypocritical and inhuman goodness not one iota less evil (Heaven).
I'm just here to let you (and everybody else) know that some writers go unappreciated and Darrell is one of them.
I called Darrell Royal at the University of Texas, and he told me the wishbone offense really had only three plays.
I would like to say right here that Darrell is one of the wisest and most patient people I know.
Darrell is a wonderfully loving and caring husband.
Meanwhile, Darrell is at risk of developing a pressure sore.
Until that day, Darrell is comfy (well, as comfortable as sitting all day can be).
Joe Gibbs drafted another short cornerback in Darrell Green.
Darrell is a gambler, and one of the things I begged him not to do is gamble.