Hadley

[had-lee]
noun
  1. Henry Kim·ball [kim-buh l] /ˈkɪm bəl/, 1871–1937, U.S. composer and conductor.
  2. a male or female given name.
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Contemporary Examples of hadley

  • Hemingway and his first wife Hadley went from the Basque country to Pamplona over the Pyrenees by bus.

  • For all his new-media cool, at bottom Hadley is an old-school relationship executive.

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    Microsoft's Mr. Fun

    Peter Lauria

    December 5, 2010

  • “The other guy is a technology play,” Hadley says, referring to Google not by name as all Microsofties do.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Microsoft's Mr. Fun

    Peter Lauria

    December 5, 2010

  • Hadley has the casual-chic fashion look down and is as comfortable at 1Oak as he is in the boardroom.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Microsoft's Mr. Fun

    Peter Lauria

    December 5, 2010

  • “At the end of the day, EVERYTHING I do has to drive the business goals,” Hadley wrote in a followup email, emphasis his.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Microsoft's Mr. Fun

    Peter Lauria

    December 5, 2010

Historical Examples of hadley

  • In the face of this statement Mr. Hadley would do well to revise his figures.

    The Railroad Question

    William Larrabee

  • It is not claimed that this is in every respect a fair argument; but it is at least as fair as Mr. Hadley's.

    The Railroad Question

    William Larrabee

  • Hadley nodded to the two scientists and they took the seats he indicated.

  • The conference was being held on the tenth floor of the Hadley building.

  • The whole conference followed at the heels of Hadley, Jeter and Eyer.