hurley


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hurley

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hurly

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1. (Team Sports, other than specified) chiefly Brit another word for hurling
2. (Team Sports, other than specified) Also called: hurley stick the stick used in playing hurling
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By Hurley Weir, a little higher up, I have often thought that I could stay a month without having sufficient time to drink in all the beauty of the scene.
When Will Hurley, a middle-aged man who clerked in a drug store and who also belonged to the church, offered to walk home with her she did not protest.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed the 'BBB-' rating on the revenue bonds issued by the City of Flint Hospital Building Authority on behalf of Hurley Medical Center (MI).
The Special Criminal Court in Dublin heard the 38-year-old believed the victim, Alexander Hurley, was pretending to be a barrister and was trying to defraud him.
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As I write this, one hundred years ago, the Australian, Frank Hurley was adrift in the Weddell Sea along with Shackleton and his crew.
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Mark Hurley, 29, pleaded guilty to possessing a class A drug and driving whilst disqualified.
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After serving with great distinction in Europe in World War I, Hurley left active duty.