a free ticket, as to a theater; pass.
Annie (Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee) 1860–1926, U.S. sharpshooter.
Zooey is an admirer of Annie Oakley, whose rifle and pistol were on display.
After Newtown Shooting, the NRA Museum Is Silent and Somber Lloyd Grove December 15, 2012
What does the opinion of the Annie Oakley of the Tea Party matter?
The GOP’s Tax Deal Jitters John Batchelor December 13, 2010
Add Eleanor Roosevelt, Elvis Presley, and Annie Oakley and it’s obvious this is a mélange of personal meaning and interest.
Best Coffee Table Books 2011 Robert Birnbaum December 21, 2011
Gerson called her “a mix between Annie Oakley and Joan of Arc.”
More Scoop on How Palin Got Picked Scott Horton October 23, 2008
Annie, real name Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. 1860–1926, US markswoman
A free ticket orpass to a game or entertainment
[fr the name of a 19th-century trick-shot artist who could riddle a playing card tossed into the air so that it looked like an often-punched ticket]
- Annie peck
Annie Smith, 1850–1935, U.S. mountain climber. Gregory, 1916–2003, U.S. actor. noun a unit of dry measure equal to 8 quarts or one quarter of a bushel a container used for measuring this quantity a large quantity or number verb when intr, sometimes foll by at. to strike with the beak or with a pointed instrument […]
noun Pietro (ˈpjɛːtro). 1910–88, Italian painter; noted esp for his portraits of President Kennedy (1961) and Queen Elizabeth II (1955 and 1970) Contemporary Examples Painted by annigoni, she was regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world. Living Like a Maharajah Daily Beast Promotions January 21, 2010
that can be .
to reduce to utter ruin or nonexistence; destroy utterly: The heavy bombing almost annihilated the city. to destroy the collective existence or main body of; wipe out: to annihilate an army. to annul; make void: to annihilate a law. to cancel the effect of; nullify. to defeat completely; vanquish: Our basketball team annihilated the visiting […]