- Sir (Charles) Leonard,1880–1960, English archaeologist and explorer.
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Contemporary Examples of woolley
Undaunted, Woolley and Allen boldly entered him in the Kentucky Derby when a slot in the 20-horse field opened up.
Woolley hitched the horse to the back of his four-wheel-drive and traveled 1,500 miles to Churchill Downs.
Historical Examples of woolley
He was arrested at our house on March 12th, 1865, by Colonel Woolley's officers.
The "one guard" detailed to accompany me was General Woolley.
Delightful book Mr. Woolley has written about your adventures.
It is as engrossing, Mr. Woolley, as if it were a work of fiction.
Both of them often visited a very thrifty widow by the name of Woolley.The Women of the Confederacy
J. L. Underwood
- Sir (Charles) Leonard . 1880–1960, British archaeologist, noted for his excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia (1922–34)