Holley was a well known authority on locomotive engineering and the author of several books on the subject.
Mr. Holley calculates that it equals about 150 tons of bituminous coal, such as is found in the Pittsburg region.
A word with Mr. Holley, one of the inspectors, settled the whole thing.
On motion of Mrs. Colby, it was voted to send a telegram of congratulation to the Hon. Mrs. Holley.
We differ from them all, and think the high place we have given Miss Holley is very near the truth.
We heard afterwards that Holley was scalped and his body filled with arrows by the red devils.
Miss Holley has here more than sustained her previous high literary reputation.
Others may have as much or more artistic music but “Holley” in its soft modulations seems to breathe the spirit of every word.
Mr. Holley was a gentleman of considerable literary reputation and made a paper which was eagerly sought for.
Nothing in print equals it, except Mr. Holley's recent great treatise, some of whose tables are here also employed by permission.
Holley Hol·ley (hŏl'ē), Robert William. Born 1922.
American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes.