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Aubrey Vincent, 1872–98, English illustrator.
Contemporary Examples

Uncertain and all of 19, tall and striking Marion “Mimi” Beardsley rode the train from Trenton, N.J..
Intern’s Memoir Details Affair With President Kennedy Matthew DeLuca February 6, 2012

The last time Beardsley saw the president was in mid-November 1963.
Intern’s Memoir Details Affair With President Kennedy Matthew DeLuca February 6, 2012

At the end of the summer, Beardsley had to return to school.
Intern’s Memoir Details Affair With President Kennedy Matthew DeLuca February 6, 2012

Historical Examples

Beardsley stepped onto the corridor slidewalk, coasted to the escalator and rode it down.
We’re Friends, Now Henry Hasse

The collectorship may be said to have been Mr. Beardsley’s profession.
Cleveland Past and Present Maurice Joblin

While Gramps mouthed the thermometer, Dr. Beardsley applied a stethoscope to his chest, then to his back.
The Black Fawn James Arthur Kjelgaard

Beardsley tossed off his drink and blinked at the fiery strength of it.
We’re Friends, Now Henry Hasse

First of the races was that with the first eight of Beardsley; and the crew of Ardmore won.
Ruth Fielding At College Alice B. Emerson

Arnold hesitated, eyeing the briefcase in Beardsley’s clutch.
We’re Friends, Now Henry Hasse

Beardsley cocked his head and listened, his mien almost beatific.
We’re Friends, Now Henry Hasse

Aubrey (Vincent). 1872–98, English illustrator: noted for his stylized black-and-white illustrations, esp those for Oscar Wilde’s Salome and Pope’s Rape of the Lock


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