Bleasdale



noun
Alan. born 1946, British playwright, best known for his television series The Boys From the Blackstuff (1983) and GBH (1991)
Contemporary Examples

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Historical Examples

Scientific American Supplement, No. 286 Various
Recollections of Old Liverpool A Nonagenarian

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