- Robert, 1st Earl of Oxford,1661–1724, British statesman.
Examples from the Web for harley
Asked what they knew about Republican Joni Ernst, one woman volunteered, “She rides a Harley.”Voters Don't Care About DC's Obsessions
September 11, 2014
I met him because his daughter, Lily, and my daughter, Harley, are friends.Kevin Smith's Marijuanaissance: On 'Tusk,' 'Falling Out' with Ben Affleck, and 20 Years of 'Clerks'
September 9, 2014
Still, Harley was always the first guy in the room to crack a joke and make us laugh.
Harley, 14, longed for the comfort of his imprisoned mother and struggled to control his anger and to stay out of jail himself.
Two fringe candidates, Walt Bayes and Harley Brown were included and their participation made the debate go viral on the Internet.Idaho’s Freakshow Debate
May 16, 2014
What did I tell you when we came away from Harley Street that time?
Physician had engaged to break the intelligence in Harley Street.
If he caught cold there was the medicine Doctor Harley had prescribed.
That old Doctor Harley down in your town is one of that kind, I think.
He'd handed it to Harley, and gravely declared it to be a bit of the monster's flesh.The Planetoid of Peril
- Robert, 1st Earl of Oxford. 1661–1724, British statesman; head of the government (1710–14), negotiated the treaty of Utrecht (1713)
Word Origin and History for harley
type of motorcycle, by 1968, short for Harley-Davidson motorcycle manufacturer founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S., 1905 by engine designer William S. Harley (1880-1943) and Arthur Davidson. The surname Harley is attested from mid-12c., literally "dweller at the hares' wood." Harley Street in London from the 1830s was associated with eminent physicians and used metonymically for "medical specialists collectively."