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Oak·ley

 (ōk′lē), Annie Originally Phoebe Ann Moses. 1860-1926.
American sharpshooter. She was the star attraction of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.

Oakley

(ˈəʊklɪ)
n
(Biography) Annie, real name Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. 1860–1926, US markswoman

Oak•ley

(ˈoʊk li)

n.
Annie (Phoebe Anne Oakley Moses), 1860–1926, U.S. sharpshooter.
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Noun1.Oakley - United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (1860-1926)
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To the Editor: Concerning "Procreation and Punishment," by Rebecca Dresser (HCR, November-December 2001): Justice Wilcox, writing for the majority of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, never placed a condition on David Oakley to forbid him to ever have another child.