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Orly

[awr-lee; French awr-lee] /ˈɔr li; French ɔrˈli/
noun
1.
a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport.
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  • I don't like to say so, Leftenant; but your cousin, Orly Lyon, is one of them.

  • But Sandy and Orly went off with the company, and then deserted and come home.

    In The Saddle Oliver Optic
  • "Orly said so, and you did not contradict him; so it is all the same thing," added Deck.

    In The Saddle Oliver Optic
  • "I did say so; and I said it because it was just as true as Breckinridge's long letter," said Orly earnestly.

    In The Saddle Oliver Optic
  • "You are talking too fast, Orly," interposed Sandy reproachfully.

    In The Saddle Oliver Optic
  • "You needn't tell all you know, Orly," interposed Sandy, with a frown at his brother.

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Orly

/ˈɔːliː; French ɔrli/
noun
1.
a suburb of SE Paris, France, with an international airport
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