O'Toole

[ US /oʊˈtuɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. British actor (born in Ireland in 1932)
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How To Use O'Toole In A Sentence

  • O'Toole holds the dubious distinction of seven Best Actor Oscar nominations without winning the actual Oscar.
  • But author Shannon O'Toole said these events "demeaned" female football fans, who now make up 43% of the NFL fan base. USATODAY.com - Pricey celebrity events mix sex, big game
  • A special tribute was paid to Paul O'Toole, John Whelan and the Dove House Group for their work in preparing the hospital grounds for the fête.
  • They watched movies - a shared favourite was Lawrence of Arabia, and my companion beamed with pride to quote Henry saying, in the brash words of Peter O'Toole, "We will cross the Nefud!
  • So it's not just her eating habits, but also her ability to cope with and manage stress that will help O'Toole keep the "freshman five" at bay.
  • George A. O'Toole, Jr., 47, has served as an A.sociate Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts since 1990. Four Named As Judges For Tx Vt Ma Mo Districts
  •            O'Toole took off his felt hat and stuffed the bill in the hatband. The Great San Francisco Poetry Wars, 10
  • Blessedly, Fintan O'Toole is not a doom-monger but a voice of restraint, reason and rigorous analysis. Enough is Enough: How to Build a New Republic by Fintan O'Toole – review
  • All baptisms for January 12 will be held in the Church of St. Laurence O'Toole, Levitstown.
  • O'Toole believes entrepreneurs go through four stages at the helm of a new venture.
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