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(ˈbɑrk li)

Al•ben William (ˈæl bən) 1877–1956, vice president of the U.S. 1949–53.
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Noun1.Barkley - United States politician and lawyer; vice president of the United States (1877-1956)
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BATH have confirmed the departure of their England international back Olly Barkley to French club Racing Metro 92.
And if you somehow missed the symbolism in Matt Barkley's important announcement, Pat Haden made it clear a few moments later.
MANAGER David Moyes is concerned Everton will find it problematic to keep hold of Ross Barkley in the future - as the club bolster their ranks with the return of James Mc-Fadden until the end of the season.
NEIL Mitchell hopes the return of Ben Barkley will solve the centre problem that has blighted his side for the last month.
For about a year now, the empty lot across from Barkley Village Haggen owned by Barkley Company has been a topic of speculation.
MARTIN JOHNSON'S decision to omit Olly Barkley from England's elite squad yesterday was met with a storm of protest from fans, experts and team-mates.
Charles Barkley has a big mouth, no doubt about it.
With Jonny Wilkinson gingerly making his way up the stands to watch from the sidelines, fly-half Oily Barkley looked industrious as his replacement.
Barkley Sr., president of Georg Jensen USA (, offers tips on what to consider when purchasing a luxury watch:
Olly Barkley may not have been in line for the captaincy, but the Bath centre can take much of the credit for England's development through the RBS Six Nations.
OLLY BARKLEY and Ben Cohen were the heroes for England as Clive Woodward's world champions came from behind to finally defeat Wales.