from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Oakley, Annie 1860-1926. American sharpshooter. She was the star attraction of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
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- proper n. Any of several place names in England and the United States
- proper n. A surname derived from the place names in England.
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- n. United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (1860-1926)
OAKLEY -- The Hamilton County Help Me Grow Collaborative is sponsoring its Baby Extravaganza 10: 30 a. m.-2 p.m. April 18 at Crossroads, 3500 Madison Road, Oakley.
One of the best things about Oakley is that you can go online and custom order your glasses, they will pretty much be a one of a kind pair.
In other news, McSorley said Oakley is pushing to bring the custom eyewear program to the level of local bike shops.
I live in Oakley so the Swannanoa is about five minutes away, more of a convenience factor rather than great fishing.
Yes, in fairness, Oakley is being somewhat charitable here -- but news of its eyewear donation was leaked to the media well before the actual rescue, and we're willing to bet that leak was no accident.
This week's prize is a copy of Frankincense and More, the biography of Barry Hills, written by Robin Oakley, who was once the BBC's political editor.
A special 10-year old girl from Jericho4Kids. com conducted a raffle that raised $267 and an auction conducted at the Jerichon in Oakley, KS provided proceeds that went to both the DVDs for the Troops and Rebuilding Greensburg KS efforts.
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You know how our plucky Annie Oakley is when she's sleep deprived – delusional. no2clinton, cambridge, MA
The TV Zone is reporting that JERICHO is getting ready to hold a fan convention in Oakley Kansas on September 14-16.
When Mary Finn had arrived in Oakley earlier that summer, farmers had suddenly started walking miles out of their way to pick up the classics of English literature, and a constant stream of women had started coming by to visit my mother, whispering about the new librarians wild gypsy past and the secret lovers who visited her after the library closed.