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Synonyms for Stanley

United States inventor who built a steam-powered automobile (1849-1918)

Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871

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There was no more running out into the verandahs, no slinking away for stolen talks with Stanley.
Maybe Stanley had taught him all about this in barracks.
Garm," I said, "we are going back to Stanley at Kasauli.
Garin was silent and curious, and rather needed reassuring about Stanley and Kasauli.
A soldier told, us we should find Stanley "out there," nodding his head towards a bare, bleak hill.
When we climbed to the top we spied that very Stanley, who had given me all this trouble, sitting on a rock with his face in his hands, and his overcoat hanging loose about him.
I could not see which was dog and which was man, till Stanley got up and whimpered.
Garin was on his shoulder, and his breast and feet all at the same time, so that Stanley spoke all through a cloud of Garin--gulping, sobbing, slavering Garm.
We went down to tea at the rest-house, where Stanley stuffed himself with sardines and raspberry jam, and beer, and cold mutton and pickles, when Garm wasn't climbing over him; and then Vixen and I went on.
At the same time, Stanley Hopkins's methods do not commend themselves to me.
Inspector Stanley Hopkins, 46 Lord Street, Brixton.
Sharp at the hour named Inspector Stanley Hopkins appeared, and we sat down together to the excellent breakfast which Mrs.
Morgan Stanley announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Saxon Capital, Inc.
The lord gives everybody a talent, and I give him credit for what I got,'' says Stanley, who turns 79 on Feb.
Having just taken command, Stanley has only had time for an initial assessment of his new command.