hurley


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hurley

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hurly

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1. (Team Sports, other than specified) chiefly Brit another word for hurling
2. (Team Sports, other than specified) Also called: hurley stick the stick used in playing hurling
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By Hurley Weir, a little higher up, I have often thought that I could stay a month without having sufficient time to drink in all the beauty of the scene.
When Will Hurley, a middle-aged man who clerked in a drug store and who also belonged to the church, offered to walk home with her she did not protest.
((https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/NKE?p=NKE&.tsrc=fin-srch) NKE ) reportedly is looking to offload its surfwear brand, Hurley International as consumers shift away for the brand's market.
BRIAN HURLEY broke Laois hearts with a devastating display at full-forward which netted 2-4.
Kelly Hemming had been drinking with Diane Hurley and Ashley McConville in a flat on Peel Road, in Bootle.
Miss Gray was said to have begun an intense six-yearaffairwith her physical therapist, Hamish Hurley, during which they "led an international lifestyle and travelled the world".
Robert Hurley was only 9 years old when he started to live in foster homes, as per FOX13 on April 19.
Margaret Hurley, 18, from Skibbereen, Co Cork, suffers severe cerebral palsy and was born at the Erinville Hospital.
Hurley, who recently garnered national attention for using the protections of the Bankruptcy Code to help low-income debtors get their lives back on track, all on a pro bono basis.
Chicago: Fitch Ratings has assigned an Issuer Default Rating (IDR) of 'BBB-' to Hurley Medical Center (Hurley).
ACTRESS Liz Hurley brought a touch of glamour to her local village fete.....her pet dog Mia.