Oliver

The surname Oliver is of several different origins.

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Other articles related to "oliver":

Oliver Ditson
... Oliver Ditson (October 20, 1811 - December 21, 1888) was an American businessman and founder of Oliver Ditson and Company, one of the major music publishing houses of the late 19th century ...
Oliver Twist (1997 film)
... Oliver Twist is a 1997 television movie produced by Walt Disney Television, based on the popular novel of the same name by Charles Dickens ... as Fagin, Elijah Wood as the Artful Dodger, and Alex Trench as Oliver Twist ... As in most film adaptations of this book, Monks, Oliver's half-brother, is not in the film ...
Oliver Farm Equipment Company - Acquisition By White Motor Corporation
... On November 1, 1960, White Motor acquired Oliver, changed the name to Oliver Corporation, and made it a wholly owned, separately operating subsidiary of the White. 1962, and it was made a subsidiary of Oliver Corporation ... from 1934 through the late 1940s, marketed tractors made by Oliver, only changing the paint color to red, and changing the name tags to Cockshutt ...
Oliver, California
39.13278°N 121.59056°W / 39.13278 -121.59056 Oliver — Former settlement — Oliver Coordinates 39°07′58″N 121°35′26″W / 39.13278°N 121.59056 ...
Oliver Farm Equipment Company - Product Development - Tractors
... In 1948, Oliver was ready with an entirely new line of tractors ... However, in the 1950s, Oliver was an industry leader through their promotion of diesel power ... Oliver led the industry in the sale of diesel tractor for several years ...

Famous quotes containing the word oliver:

    I have this very moment finished reading a novel called The Vicar of Wakefield [by Oliver Goldsmith].... It appears to me, to be impossible any person could read this book through with a dry eye and yet, I don’t much like it.... There is but very little story, the plot is thin, the incidents very rare, the sentiments uncommon, the vicar is contented, humble, pious, virtuous—but upon the whole the book has not at all satisfied my expectations.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    The King [Charles II] after the Restoration accused the poet, Edmund Waller, of having made finer verses in praise of Oliver Cromwell than of himself; to which he agreed, saying, that Fiction was the soul of Poetry.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)