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hooley

(ˈhuːlɪ) or

hoolie

n, pl -leys or -lies
chiefly Irish and NZ a lively party
[C19: perhaps from Hindi holi, a festival in honour of Krishna]
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Bands performing at The Hooley include Boss Hagwon, Pentasonic, Ceoltoiri Korea, the Strumpunks, Sotto Gamba and Scott Hildebrand.
Connor Neil Hooley, 21, of Borthyn, Ruthin, is accused of repeatedly stamping on a man's head.
Connor Neil Hooley, of Bortyn, Ruthin, is accused of repeatedly stamping on Christopher's Lloyd's head.
State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT) has announced its chairman and CEO, Jay Hooley has been awarded by Global Custodian a Lifetime Achievement Award, the company said.
State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT) has said that its chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), Jay Hooley, has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by Global Custodian.
Dad-of-two PC Rick Hooley, 50, plunged 100ft from the viaduct.
But, with Hooley in the sin bin, replacement Marco Tauleigne cantered in for the decisive score.
The chart-topping band granted the Christmas wish of Rachel Hooley and sister Kate on ITV show Surprise Surprise.
Others will join at The Angel of the North, including 11-year-old Rachel Hooley, from Cramlington, who had a heart transplant in 2012 and will be competing at the Games.
Race director Stan Hooley noted that some race officials were concerned that the lack of snow could become a regular occurrence; conditions were similar last year, although the normal route was used, much to the chagrin of some racers who found the trail excessively rough.
A third Hooley penalty just before the half-hour stretched the lead to nine points but the advantage was soon cut short as the Blues scored a try with their first visit to the Moseley 22.
King's injury saw the introduction of Will Hooley but worse was W to follow for the home side as Siggery saw yellow for a high tackle.