Fitzgerald sentence example

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  • Fitzgerald stared at it for a ten count.
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  • But the smile disappeared quickly when he came face to face, not with Jake Weller, but Lieutenant Fitzgerald.
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  • While Dean was fully exonerated from any wrongdoing in the unfortunate affair, either Fitzgerald failed to agree with the determination or simply despised being judged wrong.
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  • "If it isn't candidate David Dean," Fitzgerald said, not even trying to warm the ice in his voice.
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  • God, it unnerved him to even consider telling Fitzgerald about the bones.
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  • Dean handed Fitzgerald the photocopy of Martha's drawing and comments she and Cynthia had made.
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  • Fitzgerald made no effort to take the offered paper.
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  • Soon as this Fitzgerald guy calls with the details, we'll have a better idea of the time frame.
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  • "We haven't heard from Mr. Fitzgerald either," Cynthia sighed.
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  • That's Fitzgerald's first name.
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  • Let's say it was suggested that Fitzgerald come over and give me a helping hand.
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  • Dean held back the door and Fitzgerald brushed past him, turning into the parlor where most of the Bird Song guests were gathered.
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  • "Maybe we should talk about this out back," Dean said but Fitzgerald was already in the room.
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  • I'm Fitz Fitzgerald, filling in for the sheriff.
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  • Dean grabbed Fitzgerald's arm.
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  • Fitzgerald paused, building the tension.
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  • Everyone moved closer as Fitzgerald ceremoniously opened the box.
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  • His question caught Fitzgerald totally off balance.
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  • The Deans and Fred were torn between discussing Fitzgerald's blockbuster announcement and this conversation, which was becoming more interesting by the minute.
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  • "Fitzgerald was a state guy over in Denver," Fred grumbled, as if reluctant to let go of his pet theory.
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  • I know I should be upset that Fitzgerald is running against you but I know his being in the race makes you want to run all the more.
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  • "If Fitzgerald can find this place, so can I," he answered.
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  • He knew at least Martha, Caleb, and Fitzgerald had come this far.
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  • When they arrived, they recognized the spot immediately, not only from Martha's description but also from the disruptive markings, apparently caused by Fitzgerald when he recovered the bones.
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  • Nothing. I so wanted something we could toss back in Fitzgerald's face.
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  • Someone dropped it when they switched the bones for the ones Fitzgerald found!
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  • Speaking of the election, the courthouse is all abuzz now that Fitzgerald's running against you.
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  • But at least it proves Fitzgerald's bones were a replacement.
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  • He could lie and tell them he was a police officer or sheriff and maybe squeeze some tidbit of information about recently released mom Patsy, but surely Fitzgerald would find out and tank his election ambitions, if those aspirations weren't already six feet under.
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  • He hummed, a feeling of mild accomplishment sandwiched between the failure to contact Martha and the trepidation of potentially being made a fool by Seymour "Fitz" Fitzgerald, sheriff candidate.
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  • He would cross his fingers and trust she wouldn't divulge any confidences to her boss, Fitzgerald.
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  • Even from this distance he recognized Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald.
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  • Lydia glanced up and down and then took Fitzgerald's face in her hands and kissed him full on the mouth—no glad-to-see-you-grandpa embrace.
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  • "Fitzgerald is a local, too," Fred answered.
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  • His old man was a miner and lived in Ouray when Fitzgerald was a kid—a snot-nosed bully, I suspect.
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  • Was Fitzgerald's fly open when you saw him?
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  • Martha, the little girl who originally told us about them, described them differently from what Fitzgerald found.
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  • While Dean could have officially requested Fitzgerald to pursue the matter, his past experience was beginning to teach Dean when to keep his mouth shut.
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  • In the eyes of the Deans, it was looking more and more as if person or persons unknown did in fact take the original bones and switch them for the theatrical imitations Fitzgerald dragged out of The Lucky Pup mine.
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  • Nor, for that matter, would have anyone else Dean could think of, Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald included.
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  • But I thought you were positive it was Fitzgerald who switched the bones.
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  • Maybe Dawkins' foreman was Fitzgerald's father!
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  • Fred said Fitzgerald lived here in Ouray and his father was a miner.
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  • Besides, how would Fitzgerald know about the theatrical bones?
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  • He has no long-term ties to Colorado, nor has he met Fitzgerald.
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  • Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald was slipping two one-pint bottles of vodka into a paper bag as Dean was about to open the door.
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  • "It's just a Coke," Fitzgerald lied, adding, "if it's any of your business."
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  • Dean wondered if Fitzgerald might be a closet drunk.
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  • I'm your campaign manager, and I'll be danged if I'm gonna get upstaged by that jerk Fitzgerald.
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  • But Fitzgerald had no honor guard, and no beads.
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  • Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald moved out from behind the lights and strutted over to her.
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  • "Where were you?" she hissed at Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald smiled and added, "Great job!"
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  • Dean stood up and Fitzgerald noticed him for the first time.
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  • "You've had a hell of a night," Fitzgerald said to her.
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  • Fitzgerald moved too close to Dean.
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  • Fitzgerald chased after him and grabbed his shoulder, turning him around.
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  • Dean moved close enough to bump Fitzgerald but held his temper.
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  • Fitzgerald didn't follow but called after him, "I still have to talk to you!"
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  • What did you tell Fitzgerald?
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  • Dean asked, remembering Fitzgerald's purchase.
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  • Smiling Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald, dressed in his uniform, greeted Dean graciously as he poured charm on the ladies.
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  • Fitzgerald listed a college degree, birth in Ouray, and nineteen years in law enforcement, the last eleven in administrative duty.
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  • Fitzgerald drew first and stepped to the podium.
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  • There was polite applause, a little less then followed Fitzgerald's words, or so thought Dean.
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  • "I'm much more comfortable telling you why I feel capable of performing the duties than picking apart Mr. Fitzgerald," Dean said as he detailed his duties in direct police work and the experience he'd gained from them.
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  • Fitzgerald hardly waited for Dean to finish.
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  • "Let me give you an example of our differences," Fitzgerald continued.
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  • And there is—" "Time, Mr. Fitzgerald."
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  • Fitzgerald didn't look pleased.
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  • Fitzgerald had no such compunctions.
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  • The remainder of the meeting rocked back and forth, but there was no doubt in Dean's mind that he'd been hurt badly—and unfairly—by Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald immediately called everyone's attention to her.
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  • Then, Fitzgerald added, I understand Mr. Dean was in the area, too, though I don't as yet know why.
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  • Fitzgerald glared at her.
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  • Mr. Fitzgerald used up his time discussing his deputy.
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  • The combatants left the room together, with Fitzgerald not even acknowledging Dean's presence.
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  • Fitzgerald has some nerve suggesting otherwise.
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  • I guess that's why she spoke up when Fitzgerald tried to frame me.
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  • I think there's a good chance it was either her or Fitzgerald.
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  • But Fitzgerald's absence still bothers me.
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  • But Seymour Fitzgerald is still on my mind.
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  • I don't even like to say it because I don't have an ounce of evidence, but at the debate Fitzgerald said liquor had been found in Billy's vehicle.
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  • How would Fitzgerald know?
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  • I saw Fitzgerald buy two pint bottles of vodka that morning.
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  • But in Fitzgerald's defense, there were two pint bottles of vodka at Lydia Larkin's place, so he may have bought them for her.
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  • I know this is far-fetched and I'm probably only fantasizing because I'm so pissed off at that son of a bitch Fitzgerald in general.
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  • They were Fitzgerald's papa's and he killed Billy to stop him from testifying!
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  • Cynthia said, "Fitzgerald didn't even know he was going to run for sheriff until he became irritated at David."
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  • While Dean had been at odds with the man since their first confrontation last January, it was Fitzgerald's venomous comments at the debate that led Dean to now believe him capable of almost anything.
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  • But Fitzgerald had to be older than forty—he certainly looked it—a fact easily checked on his election application.
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  • Dean speculated that they might be concentrating too much on Fitzgerald and the Dawkinses, and not on others who had access to the Deans' quarters.
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  • Common sense tells us the obvious is usually where the truth rests and the obvious is either Fitzgerald or someone in the Dawkins family.
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  • One of the three owners of the storage building is named Fitzgerald!
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  • If Fitzgerald was involved with Billy's death, some official should investigate and do something about it.
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  • "Fitzgerald is the official," Dean said.
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  • I told Fitzgerald to quit all this hero business so you don't have to worry about having to back up some cartoon story.
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  • Did Fitzgerald give you the pint bottles of vodka you were drinking the other night?
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  • What makes you think Fitzgerald's my drinking buddy?
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  • "Did Fitzgerald give you the vodka?" he asked again.
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  • Did you accuse Fitzgerald?
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  • He told Lydia about Fitzgerald buying the vodka on the morning of the Fourth of July, denying it, and saying at the debate that there was liquor in Billy's vehicle when he, Dean, felt there wasn't.
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  • With Fitzgerald out, you're the only candidate.
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  • So why should I help you get Fitzgerald?
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  • Dean bumped into Seymour Fitzgerald coming out of a five-room ranch in Whispering Pines.
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  • But neither seriously considered contacting the law, especially because the law was Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald.
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  • When Dean arrived in the hall, he was met by two men in black and his political opponent, Seymour Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald looked as if he'd found a Captain Midnight ring in his cereal.
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  • "We know that," Fitzgerald sneered.
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  • "No, they're not," Fitzgerald answered.
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  • "Listen lady, I'm the one doing the asking, not you," Fitzgerald snarled, "Just shut up and listen."
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  • He pulled at Fitzgerald's arm and tugged him a few feet away.
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  • "You'll go to jail for this," Fitzgerald muttered rubbing his cheek.
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  • "But anyone harboring them is breaking the law—especially in my county," Fitzgerald said, the usual venom in his voice.
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  • Fitzgerald growled something about keeping an eye on them, but he stood far enough away from Cynthia to protect his other cheek.
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  • Fitzgerald's reaction was shock and anger.
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  • I'll send you a file in a cake if Fitzgerald jails you for assault.
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  • "If Fitzgerald disliked you before, I can't think how strong his feelings are now," she said.
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  • He'd seen Fitzgerald's reaction at the mention of the vodka.
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  • And don't come near here if you see Fitzgerald!
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  • "I don't trust anything that has the name Fitzgerald attached to it," she said as she pulled up a chair.
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  • Something between this Lydia and Fitzgerald?
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  • It sounds more like information on Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald will prove we're seeing each other and anything you say is a lie to protect your lover.
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  • Not that Fitzgerald would let me go.
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  • Did Fitzgerald tell you Cynthia hit him?
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  • As he drove back to town, he continued to mull over what Under Sheriff Larkin had said about Fitzgerald.
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  • Then he'd know for sure it was Sheriff Seymour Fitzgerald.
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  • The business of Martha's bones took a back seat to her present whereabouts and the touchy problem of Mr. Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald's got him in jail!
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  • Fitzgerald wasn't in the building.
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  • That's why Fitzgerald booked me and tossed me in here.
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  • He was nice enough to say I didn't belong locked up but this was Fitzgerald's jurisdiction and he couldn't do nothing about it.
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  • That Fitzgerald is getting awfully familiar with the tall redhead.
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  • But he realized Fitzgerald held the upper hand—at least for the present.
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  • The mixed news produced a sense of relief that Martha was, according to Fred, temporarily safe, but she seethed at what she saw as Fitzgerald's vindictiveness at attacking them through the old man.
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  • I don't know if I can wait until you beat Fitzgerald in the election.
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  • Give me another hour and go see Fitzgerald, in his cruiser.
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  • As angry as she is, I think it's a fair fight—her against Fitzgerald.
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  • It was slightly after two o'clock when Dean saw Fitzgerald emerge from The Timberline Deli and stroll to his white Blazer parked on the street.
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  • Dean timed his walk and opened the passenger side door as Fitzgerald opened his.
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  • There was the first glimmer of doubt in Fitzgerald's eye.
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  • Fitzgerald glared at Dean and reached for the microphone.
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  • Sheriff Fitzgerald hardly gave Dean enough time to exit his vehicle before tearing off up the street in the direction of the mountain road.
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  • By the time Dean strolled by a few moments later, red-faced Fitzgerald was getting an ear full from a half dozen tourists and an elderly local, known for his unwavering opinions and surly disposition.
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  • "What will Fitzgerald do?" was Cynthia first reaction when Dean told her of Lydia's conversation with her boss.
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  • I haven't even told him that Fitzgerald plans to release him tomorrow.
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  • Both Fitzgerald and the redhead are AWOL— been gone since before lunch.
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  • Fitzgerald told me he's going to spring you tomorrow morning.
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  • Dean then told Fred of Lydia Larkin's clever set up of Fitzgerald.
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  • There was a sheriff's vehicle parked out front, but Dean wasn't sure if it belonged to Fitzgerald or Lydia.
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  • "Is Fitzgerald in there?" he asked, not sure he wanted to know the answer.
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  • And why is Fitzgerald history?
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  • Fitzgerald is dead meat.
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  • There was no sign of Fitzgerald, Lydia Larkin, the jailer, or Fred O'Connor.
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  • The word is Fitzgerald is out of action—all hush-hush—called back to Denver, I hear.
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  • Dean thanked Weller for his concern and asked, What's the deal with Fitzgerald?
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  • "Are you sure Fitzgerald's in Denver?" he asked.
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  • You really think Fitzgerald chased Billy down the mountain, huh?
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  • Dean then brought Lydia Larkin into the picture by telling Jake Weller how she had radioed Fitzgerald with the two Denver investigators in her car, making the call from the spot where he claimed she'd be out of reception.
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  • Fitzgerald couldn't have thought kindly about her setting him up.
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  • Weller added, "Maybe Lydia reported that business to Denver and that's why Fitzgerald got recalled."
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  • I can't see where there's near enough evidence to nail Fitzgerald over Billy's death, or that there ever will be.
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  • Do you think Fitzgerald was involved with that skeleton in the mine—what you've been calling 'Martha's bones'?
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  • Dean was happy to move the subject away from Fitzgerald's evening encounter with Lydia.
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  • Beat Fitzgerald in the election and then start your term of office chasing down some ancient murder if you want.
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  • "I can't believe Fitzgerald had the nerve to even fingerprint the old guy," Weller said, shaking his head.
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  • In spite of his continued concern over Fitzgerald, Dean indulged himself.
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  • Then they were back to Fitzgerald, AWOL but not out of the picture.
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  • "Fitzgerald's in deep do-do," he announced bluntly.
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  • Only Fitzgerald didn't show today when he was supposed to.
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  • Remaining quiet about Lydia's prior night's involvement with Fitzgerald was looking like a very poor decision.
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  • Cynthia talked him out of it until more was learned of Fitzgerald's present whereabouts.
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  • And no, Jake Weller told them, there were no further details on Fitzgerald's absence.
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  • A quick telephone call to Jake Weller produced no further word on whether or not Fitzgerald had reported as summoned to Denver.
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  • Someone was actively working on Seymour Fitzgerald.
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  • Some kids are saying that guy Fitzgerald chased Billy down the mountain and got him killed.
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  • While he was interested in what Pumpkin said about Fitzgerald, he wanted to get Martha away from any questions about the skeleton before he could do the asking.
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  • Her only interruption was when Dean described the bones Fitzgerald had allegedly located.
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  • He explained no cigarettes were found with the remains Fitzgerald brought to Bird Song nor was there any such evidence when the Deans visited the site.
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  • Fitzgerald isn't going to withdraw as a candidate?
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  • You don't suppose she planned all that business with Fitzgerald just so she could run for sheriff herself?
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  • As soon as Fitzgerald withdrew.
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  • I'm not sure running against Lydia will be any easier than taking on Fitzgerald.
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  • Until he knew exactly what had happened in Lydia's apartment and the details of Fitzgerald's departure anything was possible.
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  • Finally, after lunch, Dean telephoned Jake Weller, first to report on Martha's wellbeing and in hopes of learning more about Fitzgerald's whereabouts.
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  • Fitzgerald still had not reported to Denver but it was now thought he'd taken a few days of leave to sort things out.
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  • You think Lydia knocked off Fitzgerald so she could run for sheriff?
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  • The nagging question of Fitzgerald continued to block out the other important matters Dean should have been concentrating on.
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  • You set up Fitzgerald, so you're obviously cunning and opportunistic.
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  • Now nobody knows where Fitzgerald is.
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  • Do you know where Fitzgerald is?
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  • When Dean told Fred about Fitzgerald's death Fred immediately, in his best I-told-you-so tone, assigned the guilt to Lydia Larkin.
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  • An autopsy would surely reveal Fitzgerald's knife wound, bringing Lydia Larkin's complicity into play, and probably Dean's.
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  • Weren't you afraid Billy would know what he saw wasn't the fake bones Fitzgerald brought out of the mine?
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  • Besides, there was a good chance Billy would never see what Fitzgerald retrieved.
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  • Then some of his friends at the funeral said they thought it was that sheriff guy Fitzgerald who planted it so he could arrest Billy and look good for the election.
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  • Did you go to see Fitzgerald?
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  • Cynthia looked over at her husband, still unaware of Fitzgerald's death.
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  • He couldn't help but remember her agitated state of mind after learning of Fitzgerald's death.
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  • Dean privately disclosed to Jake Weller Brandon Westlake's final statement of visiting Fitzgerald.
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  • First you slap Fitzgerald, then you do lord-knows-what to Lydia!
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  • "No. It's Fitzgerald, Detective Fitzgerald," he said, without a hint of a smile.
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  • Fitzgerald answered but Dean intervened, grabbing the old man's arm.
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  • He began walking down the road before Fitzgerald could protest further.
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  • "Your home is fine," Fitzgerald answered, sounding irritated as he moved to follow them.
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  • Fitzgerald made a move to stop him, but John Wayne's twin with a bigger belly in a grey suit shook his head.
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  • Edith Shipton was standing by the fireplace, sobbing, Ryland was ready to swing on Fitzgerald, Claire Quincy was protesting something in the corner while Effie just looked bewildered.
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  • We're here at the invitation of the Ouray Police Department, Fitzgerald said, not even attempting to hide the chill in his voice.
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  • Corday nodded to the others who slowly left the room until he and Fitzgerald were the only two officers remaining.
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  • Fitzgerald slumped, with an annoying roll of his eyes and an "I've seen-it-all-before" look on his chubby face.
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  • Fitzgerald started to say something but Corday grimaced, let out a long sigh and nodded for the younger detective to leave.
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  • Fitzgerald looked mad enough to take a swing.
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  • I went along with your silly nonsense and kicked Fitzgerald out.
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  • Fitzgerald, too, was lurking somewhere about the premises.
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  • Just as he neared the intersection, Dean recognized Corday and Fitzgerald driving toward Ouray.
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  • Given enough time, I could eat Corday and Fitzgerald for lunch.
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  • They were all gathered, either in Edith's room or nearby in the hall—Corday, Fitzgerald and a number of uniforms who seemed to come and go.
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  • It was Fitzgerald who spoke.
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  • Fitzgerald gave a scowl.
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  • Don't be a shit head, Fitzgerald.
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  • Corday and Fitzgerald were gone.
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  • The French directory, which possessed information from Lord Edward Fitzgerald and Arthur O'Connor confirming Tone, prepared to despatch an expedition under Hoche.
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  • Conn, who was related through his mother with the earl of Kildare (Fitzgerald), became chief of the Tyrone branch of the O'Neills (Cinel Eoghain) about 1520.
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  • C. Sirr, the same officer who had captured Lord Edward Fitzgerald in 1798.
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  • In 1783 Fitzgerald returned to Ireland, where his brother, the duke of Leinster, had procured his election to the Irish parliament as member for Athy.
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  • According to Thomas Moore, Lord Edward Fitzgerald was the only one of the numerous suitors of Sheridan's first wife whose attentions were received with favour; and it is certain that, whatever may have been its limits, a warm mutual affection subsisted between the two.
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  • While in Paris Fitzgerald became enamoured of a young girl whom he chanced to see at the theatre, and who is said to have had a striking likeness to Mrs Sheridan.
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  • On the 27th of December 1792 Fitzgerald and Pamela were married at Tournay, one of the witnesses being Louis Philippe, afterwards king of the French; and in January 1793 the couple reached Dublin.
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  • French revolutionary doctrines had become ominously popular, and no one sympathized with them more warmly than Lord Edward Fitzgerald, who, fresh from the gallery of the Convention in Paris, returned to his seat in the Irish parliament and threw himself actively into the work of opposition.
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  • In the same month Fitzgerald and his friend Arthur O'Connor proceeded to Hamburg, where they opened negotiations with the Directory through Reinhard, French minister to the Hanseatic towns.
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  • Lord Edward Fitzgerald, warned by Reynolds, was not among them.
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  • Fitzgerald with chivalrous recklessness refused to desert others who could not escape, and whom he had himself led into danger.
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  • The government had now no choice but to secure if possible the person of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, whose social position more than his abilities made him the most important factor in the conspiracy.
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  • Since the arrest at Bond's, Fitzgerald had been in hiding, latterly at the house of one Murphy, a feather dealer, in Thomas Street, Dublin.
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  • The conspiracy was honeycombed with treachery, and it was long a matter of dispute to whose information the government were indebted for Fitzgerald's arrest; but it is no longer open to doubt that the secret of his hiding place was disclosed by a Catholic barrister named Magan, to whom the stipulated reward was ultimately paid through Francis Higgins, another informer.
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  • A desperate scuffle took place, Ryan being mortally wounded by Fitzgerald with a dagger, while Lord Edward himself was only secured after Sirr had disabled him with a pistol bullet in the shoulder.
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  • Since her marriage with Lord Edward she had been greatly beloved and esteemed by the whole Fitzgerald family; and although after her second marriage her intimacy with them ceased, there is no sufficient evidence for the tales that represented her subsequent conduct as open to grave censure.
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  • She had three children by Lord Edward Fitzgerald: Edward Fox (1794-1863); Pamela, afterwards wife of General Sir Guy Campbell; and Lucy Louisa, who married Captain Lyon, R.N.
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  • Lord Edward Fitzgerald was of small stature and handsome features.
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  • Reinhard, who considered Arthur O'Connor "a far abler man," accurately read the character of Lord Edward Fitzgerald as that of a young man "incapable of falsehood or perfidy, frank, energetic, and likely to be a useful and devoted instrument; but with no experience or extraordinary talent, and entirely unfit to be chief of a great party or leader in a difficult enterprise."
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  • Taylor, The Life of Lord Edward Fitzgerald (London, 1903), which gives a prejudiced and distorted picture of Pamela.
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  • Fitzgerald patented a process in 1683 having for its purpose the "sweetening of sea-water."
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  • FitzGerald very justly attributed the landscape character of Tennyson's genius to the impress left on his imagination by "old Lincolnshire, where there were not only such good seas, but also such fine hill and dale among the wolds."
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  • Carlyle and FitzGerald "gave up all hopes of him after The Princess," or pretended that they did.
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  • In 1885 was published another interesting miscellany, Tiresias and other Poems, with a posthumous dedication to Edward FitzGerald.
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  • His mother was Madeline Caroline Frances Eden, daughter of Sir Guy Campbell, 1st baronet; and through her he was great grandson of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, the Irish rebel.
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  • Having been private secretary for several years to the most successful chief secretary of modern times, he started with a large store of experience, and his appointment was regarded with benignity even by the Nationalists on account of his descent from Lord Edward Fitzgerald.
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  • This force, together with some ill-armed Irish levies commanded by Sir Thomas Fitzgerald, landed in Lancashire on the 4th of June.
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  • After a fierce and stubborn struggle in which the Germans behaved with great valour, the Royalists were completely victorious, though they left 2000 men on the field; Lincoln, Schwartz and Fitzgerald with 4000 of their followers were killed, and Lovell and Broughton disappeared never to be heard of again.
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  • In the course of the wars of Gerald Fitzgerald, 8th earl of Kildare, Belfast was twice attacked by him, in 1503 and 1512.
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  • Mr Percy Fitzgerald's Life (2 vols., 1868; new edition, 1899) is full and spirited, and has been reprinted, with additions, among Sir Theodore Martin's Monographs (1906).
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  • When Clerk Maxwell pointed out the way to the common origin of optical and electrical phenomena, these equations naturally came to repose on an electric basis, the connexion having been first definitely exhibited by FitzGerald in 1878; and according as the independent variable was one or other of the vectors which represent electric force, magnetic force or electric polarity, they took the form appropriate to one or other of the elastic theories above mentioned.
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  • In 1534 Lord Thomas Fitzgerald, better known as Silken Thomas (so called because of a fantastic fringe worn in the helmet of his followers), a young man of rash courage and good abilities, son of the Lord Deputy Kildare, believing his father, who was imprisoned in the Tower of London, to have been beheaded, organized a rebellion against the English Government, and marched with his followers from the mansion of the earls of Kildare in Thomas Court, through Dame's Gate to St Mary's Abbey, where, in the council chamber, he proclaimed himself a rebel.
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  • In May 1798 the breaking out of a conspiracy planned by the United Irishmen to seize the city was prevented by the capture of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, son of the duke of Leinster and husband of the celebrated "Pamela."
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  • Fitzgerald 6 suggested as an alternative explanation the change of inductive capacity of the medium due to increased density.
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  • Grattan had married in 1782 Henrietta Fitzgerald, a lady descended from the ancient family of Desmond, by whom he had two sons and two daughters.
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  • Tyers, &c.; far above all, of course, the unique Life by James Boswell, first published in 1791, and subsequently encrusted with vast masses of Johnsoniana in the successive editions of Malone, Croker, Napier, Fitzgerald, Mowbray Morris (Globe), Birrell, Ingpen (copiously illustrated) and Dr Birkbeck Hill (the most exhaustive).
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  • The fullest biography is Mr Percy Fitzgerald's (1864).
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  • A revised edition of Mr Percy Fitzgerald's Life of Sterne, containing much new information, appeared in 1896.
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  • A Memoir by Percy Fitzgerald was published in 1866.
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  • It was only when convinced that parliamentary reform and Catholic emancipation were not to be obtained by constitutional methods, that he reluctantly engaged in treasonable conspiracy; and in opposition to bolder spirits like Lord Edward Fitzgerald, he discountenanced the taking up of arms until help should be obtained from France.
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  • Though not among those taken at the house of Oliver Bond on the 12th of March 1798 (see Fitzgerald, Lord Edward), he was arrested about the same time, and he was one of the leaders who after the rebellion were imprisoned at Fort George till 1802.
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  • Fitzgerald (1851-1901) in 1883 as to a method of producing electric waves in space.
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  • The Franciscan monastery, founded at Youghal by FitzGerald in 1224, was the earliest house of that order in Ireland.
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  • Fitzgerald was the first to attempt to measure the length of electric waves; Helmholtz put the problem into the hands of his favourite pupil, Heinrich Hertz, and the latter finally gave an experimental demonstration of electromagnetic waves, the "Hertzian waves," on which wireless telegraphy depends, and the velocity of which is the same as that of light.
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  • Editions of the Analogy are very numerous; that by Bishop William Fitzgerald (1849) contains a valuable Life and Notes.
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  • In 1257 he drove the English out of northern Connaught, after a single combat with Maurice Fitzgerald in which both warriors were wounded.
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  • In 1537 Lord Thomas Fitzgerald and his five uncles were executed for rebellion in Munster, and the English government made every effort to lay hands also on Gerald, the youthful heir to the earldom of Kildare, a boy of twelve years of age who was in the secret custody of his aunt Lady Eleanor McCarthy.
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  • Conn O'Neill was a relative of Gerald Fitzgerald, and this event accordingly led to the formation of the Geraldine League, a federation which combined the O'Neills, the O'Donnells, the O'Briens of Thomond, and other powerful clans; the primary object of which was to restore Gerald to the earldom of Kildare, but which afterwards aimed at the complete overthrow of English rule in Ireland.
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  • Near the college stand the ruins of Maynooth Castle, probably built in 1176, but subsequently extended, and formerly the residence of the Fitzgerald family.
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  • The Irish exile enlisted first the services of Maurice Fitzgerald and Robert Fitzstephen, two half-brothers, both noted fighting men, and afterwards those of Richard de Clare, earl of Pembroke, an ambitious and impecunious magnate of broken fortunes.
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  • Fitzgerald and Fitzstephen crossed to Ireland in 1169 with a mere handful of followers.
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  • A few weeks later Lincoln had recruited his army with 4000 or 5000 Irish adventurers under Thomas Fitzgerald, son of the earl of Kildare, and had taken ship for England.
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  • Lincoln and Fitzgerald were slain; Lovel disappeared in the rout; the young impostor Simnel was taken prisoner.
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  • Falling under the influence of his uncle, David Fitzgerald, bishop of St David's, he determined to enter the church.
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  • Passing through Wales, Dermod agreed with Robert Fitzstephen and Maurice Fitzgerald to invade Ireland in the ensuing spring.
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  • Maurice Fitzgerald soon followed with a fresh detachment.
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  • Next year Maurice Fitzgerald was made earl of Desmond, and from his three brethren descended the historic houses of the White Knight, the knight of Glin, and the knight of Kerry.
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  • The presidency of Munster, an office the creation of which had long been contemplated, was then conferred on Sir John Perrot, who drove James "Fitzmaurice" Fitzgerald into the mountains, reduced castles everywhere, and destroyed a Scottish contingent which had come from Ulster to help the rebels.
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  • In 1598 James Fitzthomas Fitzgerald assumed the title of Desmond, to which he had some claims by blood, and which he pretended to hold as Tyrone's gift.
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  • Dean brought Fred and Cynthia up to date on his strained meeting with the new acting sheriff and Fitzgerald's reluctant agreement to check out the skeleton—Martha's bones, as the mine-hidden discovery was now named.
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  • There stood Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald, in full uniform, a large box in his arms, wearing a smile as wide and sinister as a horror show villain.
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  • Fitzgerald left with a laugh, leaving the box of bones smack dab in the middle of the scrapping, snarling Dawkins, none of who gave a lick about the plastic anatomical remains.
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  • Fitzgerald. He's the guy who found 'em and now that he's running for sheriff, he wanted to embarrass David.
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  • Lydia glanced up and down and then took Fitzgerald's face in her hands and kissed him full on the mouth—no glad-to-see-you-grandpa embrace.
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  • His old man was a miner and lived in Ouray when Fitzgerald was a kid—a snot-nosed bully, I suspect.
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  • Cynthia was sure the culprit was Fitzgerald himself, and while Dean didn't doubt the detested acting sheriff was capable, he couldn't picture anyone taking that much risk and going to that much trouble for the questionable benefit of embarrassing candidate Dean.
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  • Fitzgerald is the bastard child of Josh Fitzgerald!
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  • Fitzgerald's entry was a flat trailer, pulled by a Jeep, bedecked with appropriate flags and bunting while a tiny speaker blared America the Beautiful.
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  • They were firm in their conviction that the bones Fitzgerald retrieved were not the same as those discovered by their young ward.
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  • He left critique of the prior sheriff's administration to Fitzgerald.
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  • There followed an exchange of views on arresting and jailing young offenders, something Fitzgerald felt should be done as an example—"put the bad apples where they belong"—while Dean stressed education in addition to enforcement.
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  • The remainder of the meeting rocked back and forth, but there was no doubt in Dean's mind that he'd been hurt badly—and unfairly—by Fitzgerald.
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  • Better to have him concentrate on Fitzgerald, who was beginning to look more and more like a candidate, not only for sheriff, but for some nefarious activities.
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  • Then there was Fitzgerald, Dean's prime candidate for any nefarious act, most notably some involvement in Billy Langstrom's death.
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  • But Fitzgerald had to be older than forty—he certainly looked it—a fact easily checked on his election application.
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  • Then, out of character and without preamble, he announced, I've got one more nail to put a flat in Mr. Fitzgerald's little red wagon.
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  • Nothing. Fitzgerald was dead set on busting some kids with booze so he'd have something juicy to brag about at the next day's debate.
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  • She nodded and he proceeded to narrate the details of Martha finding the bones, and Fitzgerald coming forth with prop replacements and perhaps sharing ownership of the facility from whence they came.
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  • There's only two vehicles, yours and Fitzgerald's.
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  • "Look," Groucho said, "Sheriff Fitzgerald didn't mean to be so abrupt and Mrs. Dean reacted too quickly, but let's all forget it and move on.
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  • "But anyone harboring them is breaking the law—especially in my county," Fitzgerald said, the usual venom in his voice.
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  • Cynthia was appalled that Fitzgerald would go to such extremes to intimidate Lydia if everything the woman said was true.
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  • While there was evidence of the opportunity to switch the bones, there was the nagging problem of Fitzgerald having neither knowledge nor chance to steal the bone fragment from Cynthia's jewelry box.
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  • It strained against his direct approach, like beating the crap out of Fitzgerald and getting Fred home where he belonged.
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  • But he realized Fitzgerald held the upper hand—at least for the present.
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  • Fitzgerald's giving a deposition in his office, but that won't take long.
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  • As angry as she is, I think it's a fair fight—her against Fitzgerald.
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  • Both Fitzgerald and the redhead are AWOL— been gone since before lunch.
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  • He was an accomplice, no matter how unwittingly, in the radio transmission scene that caused Fitzgerald's fury in the first place.
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  • The word is Fitzgerald is out of action—all hush-hush—called back to Denver, I hear.
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  • Do you think Fitzgerald was involved with that skeleton in the mine—what you've been calling 'Martha's bones'?
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  • My bet is Fitzgerald switched the bones to embarrass you, but that doesn't mean he had anything to do with causing them to be in the mine in the first place.
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  • However, the bones, their identity, Fitzgerald's present whereabouts, and all other unrelated matters paled in the joy of Martha's return.
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  • The resolution of that sticky problem produced a solid, albeit abbreviated, night's sleep, surprisingly unfettered by dreams starring such names as Fitzgerald, Larkin, and Dawkins in imagined roles and sinister locations.
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  • While rumors abounded, there was never an official verdict on the death of Acting Sheriff Fitzgerald.
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  • They were all gathered, either in Edith's room or nearby in the hall—Corday, Fitzgerald and a number of uniforms who seemed to come and go.
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  • Fitzgerald Lighting is currently working on an Environmental Management System with the hope of gaining ISO14001 certification.
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  • Leading jump jockey Mick Fitzgerald is to retire at the end of the season.
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  • Conference presentations include pieces on Jack Kerouac and blackface minstrelsy, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Theodor Adorno.
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  • In 1899, Fitzgerald asked him about electromagnetic wave propagation around a sphere, which Marconi's experiments showed to occur.
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  • The wrecks range from wooden schooners that sank in the early 1800s through to recently wrecked freighters like the Edmund Fitzgerald.
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  • Fitzgerald, M. and Fulton, B.P. (1992) The physiological properties of developing sensory neurons.
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  • It tells how Monroe helped her music heroine, jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, beat the racist color bar to conquer Hollywood in 1955.
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  • Night Moves: The small town offered peace to the widowed Maggie Fitzgerald.
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  • Andy Fitzgerald to Mr wright well done From Andy Tom Williams well done for winning your award.
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  • If 'the earl had known how to profit by this victory, he might now have successfully withstood the English power in Ireland; for in every part of Ireland - and especially in the south, where James Fitzthomas Fitzgerald with O'Neill's support was asserting his claim to the earldom of Desmond at the head of a formidable army of Geraldine clansmen - discontent broke into flame.
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  • The house of Kildare, which had actually besieged Dublin (1534), was overthrown, and the Pale saved from a standing danger (see Fitzgerald).
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  • Second seed John White waltzed past Scott Fitzgerald 3/0 to set up a meeting with Tim Garner, who defeated Jonathon Kemp 3/1.
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  • Andy Fitzgerald to mr wright well done From Andy Tom Williams well done for winning your award.
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  • Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass in a free video as the duo performs Meditation.
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  • Relax to Ella Fitzgerald's scatting version of this great song as Pass accompanies her on guitar.
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  • She names Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald as her musical idols, and these women's influences can be heard in her soulful tunes.
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  • Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald (Animal Planet) said a survey was conducted in 1957 posing the question: Do you consider your pet(s) a part of your family?
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  • Brooks Brothers: The classic company features a fine classic coat in black, the Fitzgerald Fit.
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  • There is a video on which you can see a SpeakJet box (the prototype for the Talker kit) being used by Rob Fitzgerald of the Dead Science Podcast.
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  • The pair is joined by Dan Fitzgerald (Brett Tucker), Karl and Susan's daughter and Dan's husband, Elizabeth "Libby" Kennedy/Fitzgerald (Kym Valentine), Libby's son Ben (Blake O'Leary) also live at Number 30.
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