- James A(loysius),1888–1976, U.S. political leader.
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for farley
Then recalled Farley Mowat marking territory this way in his famous book Never Cry Wolf.Peter Worthington's Losing Battle With Raccoons
May 13, 2013
Of the gazillions of God jokes that have been printed in The New Yorker, I think this one, by Farley Katz, is the best.Simon Rich’s Book Bag: 5 Blasphemous Reads
August 7, 2012
The Vatican handily disagrees on both points, and said so in the notification sent to Sister Farley.
In her own response to the statement posted on the Yale website, Sister Farley defended her work.
So what does Sister Farley have to say about the “gravely disordered action”?
I told Jimmy to go off at once to Farley and bring the doctor.A Master of Mysteries
L. T. Meade
Farley rose and tottered out into the anteroom with him and Cochise.
At a word from Carmena, Farley led him to a cool dark inner room.
Lennon followed Elsie to the side of the doorway opposite Farley.
Farley was far from prepossessing either in appearance or words or actions.