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Woolley

(ˈwʊlɪ)
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(Biography) Sir (Charles) Leonard. 1880–1960, British archaeologist, noted for his excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia (1922–34)
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Noun1.Woolley - English archaeologist who supervised the excavations at Ur (1880-1960)
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Ray Woolley, from Port Sunlight, set the record on his 96th birthday yesterday, at the popular Zenobia wreck off Cyprus's southern coast.
Lyndsey Woolley, from Holywell, her then partner and her daughter went to the Palm Wings resort in Altinkum, Turkey, in May 2015.
Lyndsey Woolley, her then partner and her daughter went to the Palm Wings resort in Altinkum, Turkey, in May 2015.
All Oscar Woolley wants, is to be able to enjoy a quality cup of tea in a cafe and receive the same experience as if he were buying a coffee.
Linda Woolley, 73, of Englewood, Colorado, suffered a cardiac arrest Thursday and remained unconscious before she was declared dead.
Kyle Fowkes and Sam Woolley both scored in the first 30 minutes to give Ingles a 2-0 lead at the interval and they then scored four goals in the final seven of the match with both Fowkes and Woolley claiming hat-tricks.
It's lovely to break my record again and I hope if I can keep fit I will break it again next year with all of you," Woolley said moments after emerging from the water.
Mark McPhee, 46, and 50-year-old Paul Woolley have now been jailed for two years for an earlier night-time | burglary at the store on June 19.
"His platform was going to be free Chuckit balls for life," said Terran Woolley, of Hutchinson.
Summary: Woolley ran over woman trying to stop him and his girlfriend from stealing her handbag
Hazel Woolley was at home alone in her Llansamlet bungalow and claims the perpetrator entered the property via an unlocked set of French doors.