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Gay

John. 1685--1732, English poet and dramatist; author of The Beggar's Opera (1728)
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As the morning wore on, the tents assumed a gayer and more brilliant appearance, and long lines of carriages came rolling softly on the turf.
They threatened to whip me, if I wasn't gayer, and didn't take some pains to make myself agreeable.
Gradually the galleries became filled with knights and nobles, in their robes of peace, whose long and rich-tinted mantles were contrasted with the gayer and more splendid habits of the ladies, who, in a greater proportion than even the men themselves, thronged to witness a sport, which one would have thought too bloody and dangerous to afford their sex much pleasure.
Brighter grew the golden light, gayer sang the birds, and the harmonious voices of grateful flowers, sounding over the earth, carried new joy to all their gentle kindred.
They are all yours," said she, very prettily, and endeavoured to be gayer than she was.
Other cases heard at Coventry Magistrates' Court from December 12 to 18, included: Ion Coaca, 38, of Gayer Street, Bell Green, admitted stealing items worth PS401 from Asda.
has appointed Ken Gayer as chief executive officer.
Kahan ADMIX GAYER MAXIS TOXIC AGLOW GAZER MILKY TRULY ANVIL GNAWS MISTY TWINE AVOID GRAVE MUCKY TWINS AZURE GRAYS MUSTY TWIRL BOGIE GRAZE MYTHS UNSAY BOWIE HANDY NAIVE VAPID BUOYS HAPLY PEWIT VEGAN BURLY HARDY PHYLA VIAND BUYER HAVEN PICKY VICAR CHARY HAVOC PIETY VIOLA DAIRY HAZER PSHAW VIRAL DIARY HERTZ RADIX VOILA DINKY HOKEY RISKY WAGER DIRTY HOTLY RIVAL WAINS DIVAN HYDRA RIVET WHAMS DIVOT HYENA RUSTY WINKS EXURB INLAY SPIKY WRIST FIERY JERKY SPITZ WRITE FILMY JOKEY STOGY WRITS FIVER LAYUP SWAIN WURST FIXER LINTY SWAMI XENIA FOGEY MAIZE THREW YANGS FURZE MAUVE THYME YOGAS GAMEY MAVIS TIPSY YURTS
Starring: Bryce Pinkham, Lora Lee Gayer, Corbin Bleu
In 2015, among others, Laurent Gayer, a writer, Jean-Pierre Perrin, a war journalist, Jean-Joseph Boillot, an economist, Michel Bolvin, a researcher on Sufi cultures, Pascal Boniface, a well-known expert on geopolitics and Christophe Jaffrelot and Jean-Luc Racine, experts on South Asia, shared their diverse views on different forums across Pakistan.
difficult from a resource or technical standpoint," said Ofer Gayer, security