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Synonyms for Oakley

United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (1860-1926)


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Oakley Capital Private Equity and its successor funds, Oakley Capital Private Equity II and Oakley Capital Private Equity III, are unlisted mid-market private equity funds with the aim of providing investors with significant long term capital appreciation.
Oakley turned down an invitation by Dolan to be his guest at a game, and he (http://nypost.
Mr Oakley tried to claim he should be spared punishment because she was over 18.
Mr Oakley later admitted faking the emails, and said he would use other ways to contact the student.
Matthew Riley, founder of Daisy Group plc, will be investing alongside Fund II and will lead the businesses as executive chairman, Oakley said.
However, Oakley councillors have said they oppose the green business scheme, which would feature 52,000 photovoltaic solar panels, being moved any further.
Well, Bruce Oakley caught up and then some, eclipsing $1 billion in revenue last year.
Hundreds of athletes from more than 15 sports will rely on Oakley performance innovations during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Oakley sunglasses for men create a sense of style for whoever wears them.
Oakley also bragged that he would get nothing in the way of punishment for the offence.
It has been both exciting and challenging, particularly in this business environment, but I have loved every day of it," Thomas Oakley said.
Another distinction Oakley borrows from Whitehead concerns two ways of thinking about laws of nature: as Immanent or Imposed.
Abstract: Allen Oakley has been a consistent and innovative contributor to the history of political economy for thirty years.
After first denying a charge of indecent assault, Paul Arthur Oakley, 41, of Hollybank Road, Billesley, changed his plea to guilty on the day of his trial at Warwick Crown Court.
Jeremy and Jacqueline Oakley both posted messages on a far Right wing website.