Kelley

Kelley may refer to:

  • Kelley (name), a given name and surname

In places:

  • Kelley, Iowa, United States
  • Kelleytown, Georgia, United States

In other uses:

  • Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
  • Bishop Kelley Catholic School in Lapeer, Michigan, USA
  • Kelley Blue Book for used car prices
  • Kelley School of Business of Indiana University, USA
  • Kelley Hill in Fort Benning, Georgia, USA

Other articles related to "kelley":

Covariation Model - Causal Schema
... The three causal schemata recognized by Kelley are Multiple Sufficient Causes, Multiple Necessary Causes, and Causal Schema for Compensatory Causes (Kelley, 1973) ... B suffices to produce a given effect (Kelley et al ... A and B are necessary to produce a given effect (Kelley et al ...
Lady Antebellum (album) - Track Listing
... "Love Don't Live Here" Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood 350 2 ... "Lookin' for a Good Time" Scott, Kelley, Haywood, Keith Follesé 307 3 ... "All We'd Ever Need" Scott, Kelley, Haywood 440 4 ...
Controversial Ohio Database Searches Of Joe Wurzelbacher - Ohio Inspector General's Report
... reported that the reasons that Helen Jones-Kelley provided for the checks on Wurzelbacher "were not credible and they included contradictions, ambiguity, and inconsistencies." Charles found that Jones-Kelley ... the report, Strickland suspended Jones-Kelley for a month without pay, but rejected requests for her to be terminated ... On December 17, 2008, Jones-Kelley resigned from her position as director of ODJFS ...
Tom Kelley (baseball)
... Thomas Henry Kelley (born January 5, 1944 in Manchester, Connecticut) is an American former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for seven seasons ... Kelley appeared in 104 Major League games and 408 innings pitched, allowing 400 hits and 207 bases on balls, with 234 strikeouts ...
Camp Edwards - The Recent Years - Recent Construction - Tactical Training Base (TTB) Kelley
... Kelley of Scituate, Mass ... Kelley, a member of E Battery (Target Acquisition) of the 101st Field Artillery, was killed in action in Afghanistan on June 8, 2005 ...