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  • proper n. A surname.


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  • Both Jesse Eisenberg, a best-actor nominee this year, and his "The Social Network" co-star Andrew Garfield are likely to be outfitted this Sunday by the niche label Shipley & Halmos, which has fielded so many requests for formal wear lately that it added a tuxedo to its fall collection.

    Men In Black

  • Will Shipley is a good example of this - he blogs code, sets puzzles, and twitters.

    Does design education work against 'Indie Fever'?

  • Kennedy jotted herself a note to call Shipley and tell him to review the tapes immediately.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • He must remember that at a station called Shipley the carriages are changed, otherwise they will take him on to Skipton or Colne, or I know not where.

    Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle

  • A USC recruiter called the Shipley household in Brownwood earlier this week to ask about junior wide receiver Jaxon Shipley. - Highschool

  • This is a picture of a cut Lumpy got on his hand at a Repellents show in a Cincinnati club called Shipley's, opening for Zero Boys.

    My Old Kentucky Blog

  • It is like many variety shows of the time to have their guests sing popular songs of the time, and I think that one was from two people, one of whom was named 'Shipley' I think.

    Toking up with Lawrence Welk

  • 'Yes, you are,' Shipley's familiar tenor said, as if he were an alienist brought in to reassure a patient.

    Black Blade

  • -- WR/PR Jordan Shipley -- Great candidate to become a possession receiver in the NFL similar to Wes Welker.

    Texas - Team Notes

  • Annie Britton and Martin J. Shipley of University College London followed up on a survey of boredom levels in more than 7,500 civil servants between the ages of 35 and 55, carried out between 1985 and 1988, to determine how many were still alive as of last April.



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