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Riley, James Whitcomb Rileynoun
United States poet (1849-1916)
of origin, variant of Reilly.
from Ryley in Lancashire, from ryge +leah.
A manufacurer of British motorcars (1907-1969) named after William Riley Jr.
used since the 1990s.
A surname of Irish origin, variant of Reilly.
An English habitational surname from Ryley in Lancashire, from Old English ryge +leah.
A manufacturer of British motorcars named after William Riley Jr.
A male given name transferred from the surname, of 19th century and later usage.
A female given name from surname, of 1990s and later usage.
The numerical value of Riley in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Riley in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Riley Howell did such a heroic thing, it was absolutely no surprise. In fact, I have four children who so look up to Riley Howell. Every one of them said,' Of course, Riley Howell was the hero -- 100 % of course Riley Howell'd run toward the shooter.' Riley Howell was everybody's protector. You felt safe when you were with Riley Howell.
( I) tried putting pressure on it and everything and trying to make it stop it and I could just see in Riley Bongiorno eyes that Riley Bongiorno wasn't coming back.
The Fort Riley commander is in a tough spot, however, he must remember we all took an oath to support and defend the Constitution – all of it, including the First Amendment.
Sensibly Tamra McBeath-Riley appears to have stayed where the water is and has been drinking that, and thats probably what kept Tamra McBeath-Riley going.
Maybe it was God that moved the levers, that put Riley in that classroom on that day, at the exact time for the purpose of saving others, it was not out of character for him.
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