Buckley


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Buck·ley

 (bŭk′lē), William Frank, Jr. 1925-2008.
American writer and editor who founded the conservative magazine National Review (1955).

Buck•ley

(ˈbʌk li)
n.
William F., Jr., born 1925, U.S. writer and editor.
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Rosen refers to these works as eulogies, but Buckley's thoughts made public would hardly be acceptable by any funeral forum standards.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a popular Buckley man who dedicated 47 years of his life to the town's jubilee festival.
A SIZZLING unbroken partnership of 243 between Chris Laker and Greg Buckley powered Drakes League leaders Delph & Dobcross into the final of the All Rounder Sykes Cup.
Atlanta, GA, June 16, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Georgia Libertarian candidate for the United States Senate, Allen Buckley condemns the passage by the United States Senate of Senate Bill 2943, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017.
Bruce Buckley bought the winning ticket in December in Eugene, Ore gon Lottery spokesman Patrick Johnson said Monday.
Lillian Buckley, 81, died in hospital of multiple injuries after being hit as she crossed Tarbock Road, in Huyton, on November 21, 2014, the inquest at St Helens Town Hall heard.
WILL BUCKLEY is vowing to help Leeds achieve their Premier League dream after escaping his Sunderland nightmare.
"You and I are not in fact running for mayor," Buckley wrote in his syndicated column in late May.
Here is a timeline of events surrounding the disappearance of Karen Buckley: Saturday, April 11.45pm: Miss Buckley and her friends arrive at The Sanctuary nightclub in Dumbarton Road, Glasgow.
Dana Buckley of Corcoran doesn't exactly fit into either of those molds.
Buckley, 84, died on Monday, September 22, 2014 at home after a long illness.
Lotus Communications and Buckley Broadcasting announced 3/10 that Lotus is buying Rhythmic Top 40 KSEQ-FM Fresno from Buckley.