Definition of Dorothy Sayers
1. Noun. English writer of detective fiction (1893-1957).
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1. The Template-Makers of the Paris Basin: Toichological Techniques for by John James (1989)
"Dorothy Sayers in Christie, 8. THUS, any change to the plan form, or details, should alert us to the possibility that there was at that point a break in the ..."
2. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... The Intelligent 14 oman ‘s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, 1928 He's a group-manager. Looks after a bunch of clients —Dorothy Sayers, Murder Must ..."
3. The Hill of Vision: A Forecast of the Great War and of Social Revolution by Frederick Bligh Bond (1919)
"FBB reading from Dorothy Sayers' " Poems. Op. I." " MAY will prove the statement that we have made and often repeated to you. The advance of the material ..."
4. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"Dorothy Sayers, 1893-1957 ~ When one observes oneself as one actually is, then either one is moved to despair because one considers oneself as hopeless, ..."
5. London, England and Wales by David Arscott (1998)
"... writers and poets, including Shelley, Evelyn Waugh, JRR Tolkien, Dorothy Sayers, and CSLewis. The name Oxford probably does mean the ford of the oxen. ..."