Views on the issue should be sent to the Secretary, ITC, 33 Fley
Street, London W1P 7BL.
In fact, Bob was surprisingly good as smarmy theatre critic Sylvester Le Fley
, who lived in a swanky rural pile with an aristo wife he didn't love and a son he didn't care about.
Bob left his designer suits behind and opted for the casual look as he relaxed in a country mansion as wealthy Sylvester Le Fley
. He appeared heavily disguised with grey wig, moustache and matching eyebrows which he raised to great effect when he discovered a pounds 1 million painting had been stolen.
Dillon follows the the trail of Luis Fley
, a contra field commander who went by the nom de guerre Comandante Jhonson [sic].
9107 & made swiche defense & sleiyt, 9108 pat y no may telle it ariyt Likewise revealing are lines from Robert Mannyng's The Story of England which, apart from the regular rhymes, like fley
: ney, also contains several curious rhymes of ney with by (8447), party (!!) (8546), maistri (12518), cry (13058), softely (!) (13544), blody (13906) and wery (15944); cf.: