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Annie Oakley

A free ticket to an event. Alludes to US markswoman Annie Oakley's penchant for filling targets with bullet holes, likened to the holes punched in free tickets to prevent resale or reuse. Hey, my work gave me two Annie Oakleys to tonight's show—want to go with me? The seats aren't great, but hey, they're free!
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I want to have a press conference and I want him to apologize to me and the fans," Oakley told ESPN Radio's "Dan Le Batard Show" last week.
It took Mr Oakley a year to phone his line manager to arrange a meeting - and he took his partner for support.
Mr Oakley admitted unacceptable professional conduct.
Oakley Capital Private Equity has a track record in the telecoms, UCC and adjacent sectors through its investments in Daisy Group, Host Europe Group and intergenia.
There were several other revenue improvements for state transport companies in 2012, though nobody matched the leap made by Bruce Oakley.
Established in 1975 and headquartered in Southern California, Oakley is the holder of more than 600 patents.
Oakley sunglasses are definitely designed to make anyone wearing them standout from the crowd in a good way.
Oakley had admitted an offence of aggravated vehicle taking and being in breach of a suspended sentence.
Thomas Oakley has been with the company on a full time basis for 54 years.
With these two distinctions established, Oakley pursues his main argument, which, as the subtitle suggests, is two-fold: 1) the thinking about natural law in the modern era, rather than being a radical break from the past, actually flowed from the thinking of the medieval period, and 2) the truly revolutionary moments in the story of natural law involved the movement from Immanence to Imposition that occurred primarily in the medieval period through the rise of nominalism, as part of a much larger story whose beginning can be traced back to the tensions created when Christian theology joined the western philosophical tradition through the work of Augustine.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the contribution of Allen Oakley to the history of political economy.
Sarah Buckingham, prosecuting, said that in August last year Oakley was released from a lengthy prison sentence imposed at Birmingham Crown Court for serious sexual assaults on children.
A judge jailed them, despite a plea by a barrister to spare Mrs Oakley for the sake of their three children, two aged 14 and one 15.
Less than six months after the initial 'for sale' advertisement was placed, Cofton, the Birmingham-based land regeneration specialist, has completed the sale of the fourth phase of its Oakley Vale development in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Joyce Oakley, a division liaison officer at the port.