Annie Oakley


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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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Born Phoebe Ann Mosey, Annie Oakley (a stage name she took when she began performing with her husband) Is one of the most celebrated American sharpshooters of all time and famous for touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
The great opening number: Who's Got The Stuff That Makes The Wild West Wild has been amputated along with the equally great Indian number where Annie Oakley becomes a Sioux.
It tells the legendary story of Buffalo Bill's Wild West female sharpshooter, Annie Oakley and her romance with fellow sharpshooter, Frank Butler.
Notable features include the largest display of Gatling guns and fine double rifles anywhere in the world; famous makers such as Boss, Holland and Holland, and Westley Richards; as well as guns owned by noted individuals, such as Annie Oakley, John Olin, John F.
Morn and Dad probably had it for Christmas ideas, such as gun & holster sets; Annie Oakley & Wyatt Earp outfits; a battery-operated, tripod-mounted, realistic-sounding, machine gun: armored tanks; supersonic bomber; ICBM missiles; combat armies; cowboy & Indian sets; and Steve Canyon glider launcher.
The story is loosely based on the life of sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with Frank Butler.
VVGOOGLING a runner Annie Oakley 12.55 Leopardstown Annie Oakley (1860-1926), born Phoebe Ann Moses, was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter.
"And the bit where Thomas held up the gas-lighter to get shot in the hand, I thought, 'Is Annie Oakley fighting with the Germans?' He was able to get a bullet in the middle of his hand!" Norton, whose show returns to BBC1 this month, also thought the attempts to recreate the muddy French battlefields for the TV had failed.
"Calamity Jane, Annie Oakley, and a particularly feisty woman by the name of Sally Skull are a few that come to mind.
Annie Oakley Patti LuPone Frank Butler Patrick Cassidy Buffalo Bill George Hearn Chief Sitting Bull Joseph Anthony Foronda Charlie Davenport Michael Weber Dolly Tate Suzanne Sole With: Michael Accardo, Ellie Kate Schnittman, Kamilah Lay, Major Curda, Joshua Johnston, Justin Stein, George Andrew Wolff, James Earl Jones II, Wayne Hu, Laura Freeman, Rose O'Hara, Kelly Anne Clark, Johanna McKenzie Miller, Chelsea Barker, Amy Brophy, Cindy Chang, Elana Ernst, Jacqui Graziano, Hallie Metcalf-Cercone, Genevieve Ven0Johnson, Alexander Aguilar, John Michael Coppola, Adam Estes, Dan Ferretti, Lee A.
Appropriate for grades K-5, the brightly illustrated, 32-page titles include Annie Oakley: Sharp Shooter; John Henry; Johnny Appleseed; Paul Bunyan; and Pecos Bill.
She's talking like she's Annie Oakley."--Senator Barack Obama Democratic presidential hopeful, criticizing rival Hillary Rodham Clinton's position on gun control."When millions of people are going hungry, it's a crime against humanity that food should be diverted to biofuels."--Palaniappan Chidambaram, Indian finance minister, commenting on food prices, which have jumped 83 percent in the last three years.
"Any similarity to persons living or dead is purely coincidental" is especially true in the bringing of Annie Oakley to television.
Mesick Elementary School (MI) students are entertaining some important visitors this year: famous historical figures such as Rosa Parks, George Washington, Annie Oakley and Elvis, reported the Cadillac News.
Dressed for New World play, little girls in Annie Oakley outfits domesticated and settled the psychic frontiers of colonizer nations.