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n.1.(Mus.) A wind instrument of music in use among the Spaniards.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Arnold; loving mother of Eric (Dee) Arnold; loving grandmother of Jacob and Abigail Arnold; dear daughter of the late Orlo and Charlotte (nee Hicks) Franker; fond sister of Janice Simmons and James (Joan) Franker.
Sometime after 1945, he opened his own radio repair business on Winter Garden Road in the small community of Orlovista (also known as Orlo Vista), just west of Orlando--a community which he loved and where he had already been living for many years.
(145) Orlo Jones and Douglas Fraser, The Island Magazine, no.
From left to right: Robert Haltom, Donald Stanley, Wilford Ripperger, Jimmie Van Zee, Roy Van Zee, Billy Hardman, Bobby Babcock, Chauncey Stanley, Orlo Baker, Herbert Lepley, Orval Curtis, Doyle Butler, Norman Babcock, Bob Leonard, James Moon and Topsy, James Moon's 19-year-old Shetland pony.
Frates MC, Benson CB, Doubilet PM, Charboneau JW, Cibas ES, Orlo HC.
Nichols, Orlo, Michael Clingman, and Milton Glanz, 2001, "Internal Real Rates of Return under the OASDI Program for Hypothetical Workers." Actuarial Note 144, Office of the Chief Actuary, Social Security Administration, Baltimore, Md.
After two decades in the fashion industry, Pita launched his own salon, Orlo, in the Meatpacking District in 2004, where he is known for his $800 haircuts.
The daughter of Orlo Mason--a carpenter--and his wife, Belle, she was born along the Mississippi River in St.
(17.) Letter to Orlo Willams August 22, 1927 (Letters 642-43).
She was born March 13, 1935, in Orchard, Neb., to Orlo and Norma Peterson Johnson.