Woolley

[ US /ˈwʊɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. English archaeologist who supervised the excavations at Ur (1880-1960)
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How To Use Woolley In A Sentence

  • Linda Woolley unpicks some of these strands, and holds them up to view.
  • Woolley had to reconstruct a missing part for the second violin from a similar Vivaldi work kept in Turin. Vivaldi flute concerto discovered
  • He was at the infamous Orgreave coking plant near Sheffield during a particularly ugly confrontation, and narrowly avoided being badly hurt at Woolley pit near Wakefield.
  • On the day of the sale last May, Woolley's auction room was full of bidders who had made the journey from London, and even from as far afield as Hong Kong and mainland China.
  • Next morning, his lordship and friends, accompanied by the high and low bailiffs, walked to view the manufactory of Mr. Clay, japanner in ordinary to his Majesty and his R.yal Highness the Prince of Wales; the sword manufactory of Messrs. Woolley and Deakin; the button manufactory of Messrs.W. and R. Smith; the buckle and ring manufactory of Messrs. Simcox and Timmins; and the patent-sash manufactory of Messrs. Timmins and Jordan. The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson
  • o Likewise, Woolley said, the study is evidence that human societies may function better en masse, just like many animal species.
  • I just saw the walls rippling and just explosive sounds all around me," said Woolley, recounting the earthquake to MSNBC. "It all happened incredibly fast.
  • I always admired his wonderful modest way when running a course at Woolley Hall.
  • It may be silly to think there was once a golden age - Cardus after all mourned the pre-1914 game even as he was writing about Bradman and Hammond and Woolley and Headley and all the rest - but skills once considered integral to the game are disappearing and part of the blame for that must be apportioned to the proliferation of one-day cricket. John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...
  • There was a presumption that financial innovation is socially valuable, " Woolley said to me.
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