Lloyd


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Lloyd

1. Clive (Hubert). born 1944, West Indian (Guyanese) cricketer; captained the West Indies (1974--88)
2. Harold (Clayton). 1893--1971, US comic film actor
3. Marie, real name Matilda Alice Victoria Wood. 1870--1922, English music-hall entertainer
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I escaped Lloyd's shadow only to fetch up against the rainbow flash."
Nor, while Paul Tichlorne was thus successfully mastering the problem of invisibility, was Lloyd Inwood a whit behind.
Greeting Lloyd, I closed the door and backed up the path a few paces.
"What do you think of it, eh?" Lloyd asked, wringing my hand.
And so, stroke by stroke, member by member, I painted Lloyd Inwood into nothingness.
It could not be he from whom the ball had rebounded, and with sickening dread I realized that Lloyd Inwood had come upon the scene.
heard the voice of Lloyd Inwood from out of the emptiness.
I could not locate Paul, and so approached the shadow that represented Lloyd. But from the other side came a stunning blow on the point of my jaw, and I heard Paul scream angrily, "Now will you keep away?"
The secrets of their marvellous discoveries died with Paul and Lloyd, both laboratories being destroyed by grief-stricken relatives.
'The Future at Lloyd's' Revamp Effort Elicits Sizable Stakeholder Feedback
Future at Lloyd's Consultation Period Ends - Now the Hard Work Begins
You wouldn't know it from reading the head-lines in the general press or from watching television reports such as one that was aired on "60 Minutes" some time ago, but Lloyd's of London is still there.