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Oakley

Annie, real name Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. 1860--1926, US markswoman
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McMahon, Oakley's retail manager for Southeast Asia and India, then cites other testimonies of how Oakley's patented impact-protection lenses saved the eyes of soldiers in Iraq; children getting directly hit during baseball games; athletes riding mountain bikes and skidding into tree trunks.
Although Oakley is known for high-end sports performance eyewear and equipment, it's also doing good business in the lifestyle component.
McMahon says the Philippines is the fastest growing market for Oakley in the region.
The Oakleys, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Jessie Willcox Smith had great praise for their teacher.
Violet Oakley (1874-1961) achieved fame as the only major female beaux-arts muralist; however, her early career was in illustration, a field increasingly populated by women.
Jacqueline Oakley said she posted her message after one of her children had been attacked by Iraqis.
Oakley was affectionately known as 'bear' because he loved to give cuddles.
Barrie and Lorraine shared with the Examiner a photo of Oakley with a beaming smile on his face as they recalled the day it was taken.
It usually isn't front page news when an ex-NBA player goes to see his former team play, but Oakley's appearance in Cleveland Thursday is certainly an exception.
Dolan lifted the ban a few days later, but fences still need to be mended between the team and Oakley. Oakley turned down an invitation by Dolan to be his guest at a game, and he (http://nypost.com/2017/02/14/charles-oakleys-lifetime-msg-ban-is-already-over/) demanded a public apology .
If it is directed toward the state, then Oakley's probation officer will learn about this particular "partnership" and Oakley perhaps has to appear in court again to be rewarded with more prison time or more probation time.
To a non-legal expert, the suggestions dealing with Oakley's wages, "intercepting" his tax refunds, a requirement to work at two full-time jobs, or revoking his probation sound naive and unrealistic....