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Charley

elderly poodle that accompanied Steinbeck on trip across U.S. [Am. Lit.: John Steinbeck Travels with Charley in Weiss, 471]
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answered Charlie, looking much elated at her praise.
Archie and Charlie, evidently great cronies, were pacing up and down, shoulder to shoulder, whistling "Bonnie Dundee"; Mac was reading in a corner, with his book close to his near-sighted eyes; Dandy was arranging his hair before the oval glass in the hat-stand; Geordie and Will investigating the internal economy of the moon-faced clock; and Jamie lay kicking up his heels on the mat at the foot of the stairs, bent on demanding his sweeties the instant Rose appeared.
Some people think so, but I shouldn't like to try it," answered Charlie, laughing so he split his tea.
Archie and the Prince stared at one another rather blankly for a minute, then Archie answered with a twinkle of the eye that made Charlie explode again
Well, Charlie stuck it for a bit, then he stepped forward and he just said: `Get out, you bloody swine.
Anne had an uneasy doubt that it was not strictly "sensible" that she should still feel on her hand the warm pressure of Gilbert's, as distinctly as she had felt it for the swift second his had rested there; and still less sensible that the sensation was far from being an unpleasant one -- very different from that which had attended a similar demonstration on Charlie Sloane's part, when she had been sitting out a dance with him at a White Sands party three nights before.
The tragic irony is that the new, improved Charlie doesn't seem to fit in anywhere.
Charlie, in the same position before, in front of his computer, masturbating to gay porn.
But some people knew Charlie beyond these personas.
I met Charlie while volunteering at Denkai Animal Sanctuary, not far from where I live in Colorado.
Former Rangers star Charlie, 27, attended the packed service for his dad Charlie Snr at Our Lady of Sorrows in Fintry, Dundee.
In October, Charlie, from Kidderminster, underwent a ground-breaking transplant, using stem cells from an American baby's umbilical cord.