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[grev-il] /ˈgrɛv ɪl/

[foo lk] /fʊlk/ (Show IPA), 1st Baron Brooke, 1554–1628, English poet and statesman.
Fulke (fʊlk), 1st Baron Brooke. 1554–1628, English poet, writer, politician, and diplomat: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1614–22); author of The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)


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