American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Schley, Winfield Scott 1839-1911. American naval commander during the Spanish-American War (1898).
“But if he hears the name Schley, what does it mean?”
“For example, one of the most desirable southern pecans, perhaps, considering only the nut itself, is the "Schley," yet the tree is reputed to be of very medium bearing quality.”
“Mr. Jones was discriminating and propagated only varieties that then had the best reputation, such as Schley and Stuart, and some others that have not stood the test of time.”
“But for the first time in 16 years, he faces challengers, including state Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV, whose dad held the Harlem seat until he was beaten by Rangel in 1970, Craig Schley and Vince Morgan so far.”
“Schley added later, Our interests are being misused by our politicians.”
“My name “Amy Schley” gets buried in a google search under a psychologist in Waukesha, WI.”
“According to the Boston Herald, Schley told Murray about a groundskeeper he knew who reminded him of Murray's gopher-obsessed Caddyshack character, Carl Spackler.”
“Schley finally introduced Murray to groundskeeper Tommy”
“Rox owner Van Schley, a longtime friend of Murray, brought him in as part-owner to be the club's unofficial "Director of Fun.”
“Sheriff Schley found Gein, arrested him, and subjected him to a brutal interrogation, at times grabbing the suspect and throwing him against the wall.”
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