Olsen

noun
  1. Mary-Kate and Ashley (ˈæʃlɪ). born 1986, US twin juvenile act who became famous sharing a role in the sitcom Full House (1987–95); now known for their videos, CDs, and numerous branded products
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  • The Olsen and Mahoney, which were engaged in a similar enterprise, were detained.

  • When Olsen returned, I laid out the work to be done during the forenoon.

    The Flying Bo'sun

    Arthur Mason

  • I left Olsen and the cook looking after him while I went to see to the ship.

    The Flying Bo'sun

    Arthur Mason

  • Going forward, I shouted to Olsen: "Get the topsails and staysails on her as fast as you can."

    The Flying Bo'sun

    Arthur Mason

  • Olsen waved the match till it went out, and threw away the stump.

    Egholm and his God

    Johannes Buchholtz