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oller

(ˈɒlə)
n
(Physical Geography) dialect Northern English waste ground
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According to Richard Oller, GoldOller Chairman, “By year end the GoldOller Apartment Fund, formed just 18 months ago, will contain more than 5,000 rental units, located in six states; with an aggregate asset value of more than $250 Million.”
Oller met the child over the Internet, and eventually arranged to meet the 13-year-old.
Outstanding performances, too, from Ian Allen (Lord Chancellor), Ian Askew (Lord Mountararat), Liz Ellison (Queen of the Fairies), Eric Croome (Lord Toll oller), and Michael Taylor (Private Willis).
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On this day in 1889, Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler opened what was to become the most famous cabaret in the world, Moulin Rouge, on De Clichy Boulevard in Montmartre, Paris.
Since then, she has acquired for Ballet Hispanico a repertoire of more than seventy works by choreographers such as Alvin Ailey, Talley Beatty, Vicente Nebrada, Geoffrey Holder, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Donald McKayle, Daniel Duell, Ramon Oller, David Rousseve, and Ann Reinking.
"If you are a dedicated collector or just looking to add a vibrant piece to your memorabilia collection, the Chrome Alternate Collection is sure to catch the attention of football and non-football fans alike," said Michael Oller, Riddell's vice president of consumer products and business development.
I grew up playing on those mucky post WWII bomb sites we called the oller or the debris.