- a male or female given name.
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- Jack, Baron. 1922–2012, British Labour politician and campaigner for deaf and disabled people
- Laura. 1925–85, British designer, who built up a successful chain of retail stores selling dresses and fabrics based on traditional English patterns
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Word Origin and History for ashley
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