Example sentences for: joyce

How can you use “joyce” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In an engaging, wide-ranging display of erudition, Firmage discusses the letters' symbological values in such diverse parlances as chemistry, music, ancient and modern mysticism (including far too much New Age material for my tastes), while quotes from such diverse figures as Joyce, Rabelais, Dostoyevsky, Bob Dylan--and Elmer Fudd--interlard the text.

  • The first of these is the possessive, the second represents the vowel of is . (The Joyce title is typical of the author's linguistically inventive but allusive style, and is actually a compound of two proper names: that of Finn MaCool, the Irish folk-hero, and Tim Finnegan, the hero of a music-hall ballad, who sprang to life in the middle of his own wake.)

  • VF excerpts a new book by Joyce Maynard, who chronicles the affair she had with J.D.

  • Yet when I sought her out for comment shortly before she concocted her sob story for the Times , Joyce told me she whipped up the Salinger submission to fulfill a contractual obligation to St. Martin's.

  • It shows that a small group of committed individuals, the fourteen lawyers and five non-lawyers professionals working in OPP and on the State Planning Team (Michael Genz, Robert Gross, Anh Tu, Tim Watson, Cyndy Schneider, Reginald Haley, Melissa Pershing, Althea Hayward, Willie Abrams, John Eidleman, Barb Donnelly, Monica Holmen, Joyce Raby, Glenn Rawdon, Jennifer Bateman, Lou Castro, Lisa Thomas, Gloria Wood) and Pat Hanrahan and Wendy Burnette in the Executive Office (aided and abetted by John Meyer and his wonderful staff in OIM)-terrific, hard-working, experienced, conscientious individuals-are the heart and soul of LSC.


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