- n. A surname of Irish origin.
“Especially when O'Reilly is on, they're responding to brilliant TV, and if you ever rolled your eyes at Walter Cronkite's plummy version of papal infallibility, you can appreciate why O'Reilly's barroom contempt for traditional newscasts 'smugness has its appeal, even if you know his pretense that their bias is flamingly liberal, rather than blandly institutional, is a crock.”
“Kevin Reilly is a low-key host who doesn’t showboat.”
“With Raising Hope, Greg Garcia captures a smart take on the working-class family with a great mix of wild comedy and a big dose of heart," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said in a statement.”
“Like a bear, [O'Reilly] is huge and could tear your head off," Colbert said.”
“REEVES: A few yards away, Anne O'Reilly is preparing for a job interview.”
“The show is running like a Swiss clock, and we're very happy with how well audiences have responded so far -- so we're confident it will build an even bigger audience throughout the season," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said in Wednesday's announcement.”
“Bill O'Reilly is getting bashed in the press, but thousands, maybe millions, agree with him.”
“The Sly Fox Brewery just outside Philadelphia makes tremendous British and Belgian-style ales, and brewmaster Brian O'Reilly is coming down to Birch & Barley and ChurchKey to show off some of his creations.”
“Management said [Williams had] been warned several times that O'Reilly is a professional provocateur and to be careful.”
“To begin with, O'Reilly is a self-absorbed provocateur, a professional malcontent whose chief objective is getting a controversial, on-air reaction from anyone he interviews.”
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