David (1st Earl of the North Sea and of Brooksby) 1871–1936, British admiral.
(Henry) Warren, born 1937, U.S. actor.
Contemporary Examples

While there is no evidence that Sharpton participated in any of these pre-election activities, he was a leader in the Beatty army.
Al Sharpton’s Past Ties to Vote Fraud Taint His Fulminating Wayne Barrett December 9, 2011

“Beatty showed up with Sharpton at the first debate and they almost started a brawl,” said Owens.
Al Sharpton’s Past Ties to Vote Fraud Taint His Fulminating Wayne Barrett December 9, 2011

Beatty recommended her to the head of the William Morris Agency in Paris who signed her tout suite.
Remembering Maria Schneider Holly Millea February 5, 2011

Historical Examples

Doctor Beatty was talking to her earnestly, in low tones, and she was serious and sober, listening intently.
Concerning Sally William John Hopkins

And as he did so, his temper softened and warmed toward Beatty’s mother.
Marriage la mode Mrs. Humphry Ward

Suddenly it came to him that Beatty was the city boss, who had been eulogized by Mr. Plimpton!
The Inside of the Cup, Complete Winston Churchill

He rarely passed an evening without going to kiss Beatty in her cot.
Marriage la mode Mrs. Humphry Ward

Traffic was carried on between them, and in this way Mr. Beatty’s interpreter became somewhat acquainted with the Welsh tongue.
America Discovered by the Welsh in 1170 A.D. Benjamin Franklin Bowen

Beatty was dead—in spite of all that love and science could do.
Marriage la mode Mrs. Humphry Ward

When he came to ask me for certain things which had belonged to Beatty.
Marriage la mode Mrs. Humphry Ward

David, 1st Earl Beatty. 1871–1936, British admiral of the fleet in World War I
Warren, full name Henry Warren Beatty. Born 1937, US film actor and director: his films include Bonnie and Clyde (1967), Heaven Can Wait (1978), Reds (1981, also directed), Bugsy (1991), and Bulworth (1998, also wrote and directed)


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