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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She is best known as Shirley Feeney from the long-running sitcoms Happy Days, and of course, Laverne and

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  • Tess waved good-bye, still grinning at the idea of Feeney and his nieces bobbing through the Pirates of the Caribbean, Feeney with the animatronic Lincoln, Feeney being accosted by various Disney characters, who would be drawn like a magnet to his surly countenance.

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  • The opinion, which did not name Feeney but described elements of his case, concluded that statements to the ethics committee are excluded from criminal investigations by the Constitution.

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  • Removing enabling and complicit Republicans such as Feeney is a noble goal, but I also am well aware of Democratic Party sellouts such as my own Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar's vote on S. 1927 gutting my 4th Amendment protections against illegal searches and seizures.

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  • We got back to the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston and we got into the lounge area and Barlick said, we’ve got to get a phone and we’ve got to call Feeney.

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  • And I said, you’re not supposed to call Feeney on a weekend.

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  • And I said, you’re not supposed to call Feeney on a weekend.

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  • We got back to the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston and we got into the lounge area and Barlick said, we’ve got to get a phone and we’ve got to call Feeney.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

  • We got back to the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston and we got into the lounge area and Barlick said, we’ve got to get a phone and we’ve got to call Feeney.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

  • And I said, you’re not supposed to call Feeney on a weekend.

    It’s What’s Inside the Lines That Counts

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