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- n. Alternative spelling of shea.
- proper n. A surname of Irish origin, anglicised from Ó Séaghdha.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- proper n. A female given name transferred from the surname.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The tree yielding shea-butter: same as karite. Also shea-tree.
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The writer, Barbara Shea is a long-time pro -- she formerly worked at Newsday.
Rachel Hartigan Shea is the deputy editor of Book World.
Luke Shea is right, most religions have major differences, so only one of them can get you to heaven (if you actually believe these old novels).
The jockey Kevin Shea, of South Africa, summed up the sentiment: “The whole facility is simply mind-blowing.”
Shea is often overlooked by S&S aficianados because he writes across so many genres, but the horror-tinged adventure of S&S is clearly at the core of his writing.
Big, burly, ferociously committed and said to resemble an "American football coach more than a health worker," Todd Shea is a surprising contradiction of a man who still seems to belong in rural northwest Pakistan.
But the concept of the stadium rock concert was born in Shea Stadium the night in 1965, when the Beatles dressed in the umpire's room and headed for their stage through the visitor's dugout.
As for me the only thing I'll miss about Shea is the name.
Shea is undoubtedly one of the ugliest stadiums ever built.
"Online forums are an established medium people have been using to communicate since the early days of the internet, even predating the web" says Kevin Shea, general manager for Twing. com, in a company release.