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List Of AMA Grand National Dirt Track Champions - Champions By Year
1954 - Joe Leonard - Harley-Davidson 1955 - Brad Andres - Harley-Davidson 1956 - Joe Leonard - Harley-Davidson 1957 - Joe Leonard - Harley-Davidson 1958 ...
Archibald Harley
... Archibald Harley (October 10, 1824 – May 19, 1904) was a farmer and political figure in Ontario, Canada ... He was born in Newcastle, New Brunswick, the son of William Harley, a land surveyor, and was educated in Hamilton, Ontario ... Harley served as a member of the council for Burford Township, also serving as deputy reeve and reeve for the township and warden for Brant County ...
Les Harley - Playing Career
... Harley progressed through the youth ranks at his hometown club of Chester to make his professional debut on his 18th birthday in September 1964, in a 3 ... At the end of 1966–67, Harley moved to Blackpool but his only further league appearances came in a loan spell with Rochdale in a loan spell from ... Harley was one of three members of his family to make league appearances for Chester ...
My Sister Jodie - Characters
... She makes friends with Harley and Mrs Wilberforce, who is a bookworm like Pearl ... It is hinted a couple of times she may have a crush on Harley ... Harley - A tall friend of Pearl's and is in the same class as Jodie ...
Harley, Ontario - Demographics
... Mother tongue English as first language 60.5% French as first language 39.5% English and French as first language 0% Other as first language 0%. ...

Famous quotes containing the word harley:

    Yes, dance. Dance and dream. Dream that you’re Mrs. Henry Jekyll of Harley Street, dancing with your own butler and six footmen. Dream that they’ve all turned into white mice and crawled into an eternal pumpkin.
    John Lee Mahin (1902–1984)

    For what Harley Street specialist has time to understand the body, let alone the mind or both in combination, when he is a slave to thirteen thousand a year?
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)