[ US /oʊˈkɑnɝ/ ]
  1. United States writer (1925-1964)
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How To Use O'Connor In A Sentence

  • This is the pussiest form of political protest since Sinead O'Connor ripped up that photo of the Pope on "Saturday Night Live" after singing an a cappella version of Bob Marley's "War. The Gang Of Six: Dickipedia
  • Susan is daughter of Vinny and Kitty O'Connor and she is departmental manager at Penny's.
  • Bidding to close the sizeable gap between her and Cian O'Connor, she put in a determined effort.
  • A cash bail of €1,250 and an independent surety of €6,300 was fixed by Judge James O'Connor.
  • In his biography Alec Guinness: The Unknown, Garry O'Connor reveals that Guinness was arrested and fined 10 guineas for a homosexual act in a public lavatory in Liverpool in 1946.
  • O'Connor's sympathies are certainly with Federalism, and Ginsburg has become more inclined towards Federalism as of late.
  • O'Connor noted that the norovirus has many different strains, making it difficult for a person to develop long-lasting immunity to the infection.
  • Teaming up with celebrity stylist Louise O'Connor, Rita promises her clients the escapism of a modern day Zen retreat.
  • Although Kelley O'Connor lists herself as a mezzo-soprano, she has a rich, incredibly deep voice that is quite unusual.
  • But where O'Connor subjects her characters' actions to a rigorous moral investigation, Means tends either to pull back to a remote, bird's-eye view a favourite trope is to lay out a sort of mini-encyclopedia of possible interpretations of the event in question, as offered by professors, news commentators, and so on or, more commonly, to aestheticise it. The Spot by David Means – review
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