Synonyms for mousley or Related words with mousley

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Examples of "mousley"
Bradley Mousley (born 3 January 1996) is an Australian tennis player. Mousley won the Australian Open boys' doubles title in both 2013 and 2014.
Jay Andrijic / Bradley Mousley defeated Maximilian Marterer / Lucas Miedler 6–3, 7–6
Jay Andrijic and Bradley Mousley won this year's edition 6–3, 7–6 against Maximilian Marterer and Lucas Miedler.
George Mousley Cannon (December 25, 1861 – January 23, 1937) was the first president of the Utah State Senate.
Mousley and Saville won the title after defeating Alex Bolt and Andrew Whittington 6–2, 6–1 in the final.
Dayne Kelly and Marinko Matosevic won the title, beating Omar Jasika and Bradley Mousley 7–5, 6–2
Lucas Miedler and Bradley Mousley were the defending champions but were no longer eligible to compete in juniors in 2015.
Jay Andrijic and Bradley Mousley were the defending champions, but Andrijic was no longer eligible to participate.
Kay Mousley is the Electoral Commissioner for the Electoral Commission of South Australia. She is the first woman to hold the post and had previously worked for 25 years for the Australian Electoral Commission rising to the head of that agency in South Australia. Mousley was appointed after a recommendation of the Statutory Officers Committee of the Parliament of South Australia.
In August 2014, Mousley received a one-year ban, backdated to 30 May 2014, after testing positive for ecstasy in March. Mousley had admitted he had taken the drug at a party in March, and was originally given a two-year ban, but since the drug was not taken with the intent to enhance his performance, the ban was dropped to 12 months.
Mousley successfully defended the title with Lucas Miedler, defeating Quentin Halys and Johan-Sébastien Tatlot in the final, 6–4, 6–3.
Luke Saville and Jordan Thompson were the defending champions but only Saville chose to defend his title, partnering Bradley Mousley. Saville successfully defended his title.
Matteo Donati and Andrey Golubev were the defending champions but only Golubev chose to defend his title, partnering Uladzimir Ignatik. Golubev lost in the first round to Marinko Matosevic and Bradley Mousley.
Jay Andrijic (; born 3 October 1995) is an Australian tennis player. Jay Andrijic is along with Bradley Mousley the current holder of Australian Open boys' doubles title after defeating Maximilian Marterer and Lucas Miedler 6–3, 7–6 in 2013.
In May 2015 Mousley announced her intention after a decade of service to step down from the role. Parliament's Statutory Officers Committee would begin looking for her replacement "soon", no timeframe has been given.
The 'Win a Wildcard' competition held by Tennis Australia allowed any person over the age of 16 entry into the competition. State championships were held across the period of November and December and the finals were held at Melbourne Park on 20 December. The entire competition was played using the Fast4 Tennis method. The competition was won by Bradley Mousley and Jessica Moore who had secured a wildcard into the 2016 Australian Open mixed doubles event. However, Mousley withdrew from the event, and Moore partnered Marc Polmans.
Shakespearean scholar Andy Mousley called the book part of the "spiritual self-help genre" in 2007. According to Mousley, Yancey's quotation from "The Merchant of Venice" demonstrates the author's moral universalism; Yancey views Shakespeare as a sage who conveyed universally applicable morals, a perspective contradicting most contemporary literary critics who distrust moral universalism, using historicism to contextualize Shakespeare's religious views. Dean Poling of "The Valdosta Daily Times" wrote in 2008 that, in "What's So Amazing About Grace?", "Yancey writes about faith in a clear, honest, and inquisitive style" consistent with his other books. In 2010, a "Herald Express" journalist called the book "hardhitting" and "gritty".
The Electoral Commission of South Australia (ECSA) in South Australia, a state of Australia, is an independent office which conducts parliamentary state elections every 4 years and is also responsible for the compulsory re-drawing of South Australian House of Assembly electoral districts before each election. The office is led by electoral commissioner Kay Mousley. In May 2015 Mousley announced her intention after a decade of service to step down from the role. Parliament's Statutory Officers Committee would begin looking for her replacement "soon", no timeframe has been given.
Rowington is a village and civil parish in the English county of Warwickshire. It is five miles north-west of the town of Warwick and five miles south-west of the town of Kenilworth. The parish, which also includes Lowsonford, Pinley and Mousley End, had a population of 925 according to the 2001 UK Census, increasing to 944 at the 2011 census.
The registration of the Derby Tramways Company took place in October 1877. The first line opened on 6 March 1880 from the Market Place along St. Peter's Street to Midland Railway station. Further lines on Osmaston Road and Friar Gate lines had a total length of about two and a half miles. The lines were laid by Messrs. Mousley & Co.